Examples of completion in a Sentence
He will receive his degree upon completion of his studies.
The quarterback has 11 completions in 20 attempts for 80 yards.
Recent Examples of completion from the Web
The village currently is waiting completion by the state of appraisals of the property.
However, a knowledgeable source says Loeb and his producing partner Cathy Allyn began shooting June 15 without a completion bond — a dangerous move for investors but not entirely uncommon in the indie film space.
MSC’s terminal would come next, with completion set for fall 2022.
The project continues to be on schedule for a Nov. 19 target for substantial completion, and students and teachers are scheduled to move into the new building following the 2018-19 winter break.
If the player has not started the service motion at the completion of the 25-second countdown, the chair umpire will issue a violation.
The state Department of General Services has said that contractor Walsh Heery owes $35,000 per day in damages for delays in the prison’s completion.
Privin wrote in a Facebook post from April, celebrating his completion of a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Last month, rival McDonald's, the world's largest restaurant chain, announced plans to transition to paper straws at its the United Kingdom and Ireland restaurants, beginning in September with completion in 2019.
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COMPLETION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of completion for English Language Learners
: 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
COMPLETION Defined for Kids
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