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1. complete

verb. ['kəmˈpliːt'] come or bring to a finish or an end; others finished in over 4 hours".

Synonyms

  • finish
  • mop up
  • terminate
  • go through
  • action
  • finish off
  • finish up
  • see through
  • polish off
  • accomplish
  • follow through
  • close
  • top
  • wrap up
  • execute
  • finish out
  • carry out
  • top off
  • put through
  • end
  • carry through
  • follow out
  • fulfill
  • round out
  • follow up
  • get through
  • clear up
  • fulfil

Antonyms

  • immoral
  • evilness
  • wicked
  • unrighteous

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Complete

  • noncompete
  • indiscreet
  • vanvliet
  • vanfleet
  • obsolete
  • mistreat
  • marquerite
  • marguerite
  • excrete
  • discrete
  • discreet
  • concrete
  • secrete
  • retreat
  • replete
  • downbeat
  • deplete
  • conceit
  • compete
  • bufete
  • bridgette
  • backseat
  • unseat
  • streett
  • street
  • shumeet
  • repeat
  • receipt
  • puneet
  • poteat

How do you pronounce complete?

Pronounce complete as kəmˈplit.

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Example sentences of the word complete


1. Verb, base form
As a general rule animals take about 65 inches of wire to complete the basic body.

2. Adjective
b) How many complete revolutions does the rod make?

3. Verb, non-3rd person singular present
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Quotes containing the word complete


1. At sunrise everything is luminous but not clear. It is those we live with and love and should know who elude us. You can love completely without complete understanding.
- Norman Maclean

2. Love is needing someone. Love is putting up with someone's bad qualities because they somehow complete you.
- Sarah Dessen, This Lullaby

3. I'm lucky that my real-life Mom has both a great sense of humor about herself and an amazing ability to slip into complete denial if the subject matter gets a little too close to home.
- Cathy Guisewite

2. complete

adjective. ['kəmˈpliːt'] having every necessary or normal part or component or step.

Synonyms

  • comprehensive
  • all
  • good
  • downright
  • all-out
  • dead
  • accomplished
  • rank
  • completed
  • whole
  • exhaustive
  • self-contained
  • thoroughgoing
  • full
  • allover
  • completeness
  • full-blown
  • clean
  • absolute
  • realized
  • out-and-out
  • total
  • sheer
  • thorough
  • full-dress
  • full-scale
  • all-or-none
  • sound
  • utter
  • hearty
  • fleshed out
  • full-clad
  • stand-alone
  • right-down
  • realised

Antonyms

  • fractional
  • incomplete
  • noncomprehensive
  • specific

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

3. complete

verb. ['kəmˈpliːt'] bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements.

Synonyms

  • make full
  • fill up

Antonyms

  • import
  • natural object
  • evil

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

4. complete

adjective. ['kəmˈpliːt'] perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities.

Synonyms

  • perfect

Antonyms

  • unfavorable
  • unrespectable

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

5. complete

verb. ['kəmˈpliːt'] complete or carry out.

Synonyms

  • execute
  • accomplish
  • carry out
  • discharge
  • dispatch
  • action
  • carry through
  • fulfil

Antonyms

  • badness
  • unsoundness
  • disadvantage
  • disreputable

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. complete

verb. ['kəmˈpliːt'] write all the required information onto a form.

Synonyms

  • set down
  • get down
  • make out
  • put down
  • write down
  • fill in

Antonyms

  • wrong
  • unkindness
  • malignancy
  • maleficence

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

7. complete

verb. ['kəmˈpliːt'] complete a pass.

Synonyms

  • nail

Antonyms

  • malignity
  • undesirability

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. complete

adjective. ['kəmˈpliːt'] having come or been brought to a conclusion.

Synonyms

  • finished
  • concluded
  • ended
  • terminated
  • all over

Antonyms

  • narrow
  • exclusive
  • partly
  • no

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

9. complete

adjective. ['kəmˈpliːt'] highly skilled.

Synonyms

  • skilled

Antonyms

  • worst
  • export

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))

10. complete

adjective. ['kəmˈpliːt'] without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers.

Synonyms

  • unadulterated
  • unmitigated
  • pure
  • arrant
  • consummate
  • double-dyed
  • sodding
  • stark
  • everlasting
  • gross
  • staring
  • thoroughgoing
  • perfect

Antonyms

  • some
  • disobedient
  • bad
  • worse

Etymology

  • compleet (Middle English (1100-1500))
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