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completion

noun com·ple·tion \kəm-ˈplē-shən\

: the act or process of completing or finishing something : the state of being complete or finished

American football : a forward pass made to a teammate who catches it

Full Definition of COMPLETION

1
:  the act or process of completing
2
:  the quality or state of being complete
3
:  a completed forward pass in football

Examples of COMPLETION

  1. He will receive his degree upon completion of his studies.
  2. The quarterback has 11 completions in 20 attempts for 80 yards.

First Known Use of COMPLETION

1657

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