Thesaurus

complete


complete

verb

Definition of COMPLETE

1
to bring (something) to a state where nothing remains to be done <managed to complete the assignment with time to spare>
2
to serve as a completing element to <the bird's beautiful song simply completes its appeal for pet owners>
Synonyms complete, round (off or out)
3
to bring (an event) to a natural or appropriate stopping point <the well-attended concert completed a great weekend of arts and entertainment events>
4
to do what is required by the terms of <no payments will be made until the contract is completed>
Synonyms answer, complete, comply (with), fill, keep, meet, redeem, satisfy

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