complete

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  • Two more ships of the class were later laid down, but never completed.
  • They also released a special complete series edition on the same day.
  • After each step has been completed, there is always another step to be performed.
  • While much was shot for these projects, none of them was completed.
  • When the machine reached the end of the shop, it would be completed.
  • He began but did not complete a number of books.
  • The best signal quality is selected until the hand off is complete.
  • The complete line-up was announced officially on the following day.
  • The resulting album was more complete than the original cast album.
  • Released only days after recording was complete, it reached number two on the album chart.
  • It was never completed and was thus never released.
  • The man-hour describes the amount of work that a person can complete in one hour.
  • All of the systems discussed in this article are both sound and complete.
  • Not all courses required to complete a degree may be offered online.
  • Whether or not this led to complete electrical failure will never be known.
  • The project took more than thirty years to complete.
  • A majority of students live off-campus after completing their second year.
  • A more complete discussion of the new process is available below.
  • The first step of the project is nearly complete.
  • Parts of this were built, but it was ultimately never completed.
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Meaning of complete

  • verb Come or bring to a finish or an end; others finished in over 4 hours"
    He finished the dishes, She completed the requirements for her Master's Degree, The fastest runner finished the race in just over 2 hours
  • verb Bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements
    A child would complete the family
  • verb Complete a pass
  • verb Write all the required information onto a form
    fill out this questionnaire, please!, make out a form
  • adjective Having every necessary or normal part or component or step
    a complete meal, a complete wardrobe, a complete set of the Britannica, a complete set of china, a complete defeat, a complete accounting