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com·plete

complete

 
pronunciation:
km plit
parts of speech:
adjective, verb
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: completer, completest
definition 1: having all of the necessary parts; whole.
I have a complete set of kitchen knives.
synonyms:
comprehensive, entire, full, total, whole
antonyms:
deficient, partial
similar words:
all, intact
definition 2: finished; ended.
I handed my complete report to my teacher.
synonyms:
concluded
antonyms:
incomplete
similar words:
achieved, ended
definition 3: perfect or thorough; total.
I have complete faith in the weather report.
synonyms:
absolute, downright, outright, rank, thorough, total, utter
antonyms:
partial
similar words:
broad, comprehensive, radical, solid, strict, unlimited
definition 4: a forward pass in football that has been caught by a player of the same team.
 
part of speech: verb
inflections: completed, completes, completing
definition 1: to finish.
He completed the test in one hour.
synonyms:
close, conclude, do, end, finish, wrap up
antonyms:
begin
similar words:
accomplish, achieve, cap, clinch, complement, crown, dispose of, fulfill, make, mature, polish off, settle, terminate
definition 2: to make whole or perfect.
The rare stamp from France completed his collection.
synonyms:
perfect
similar words:
cap, complement, crown, enrich, fill in, fulfill, round out
derivations: completely (adv.), completeness (n.)
Word Builder: complete +
  • completely:
    all.
Word Parts
The word complete contains the following part:
compl Latin root that means to fill up, fulfill