complete adj.

1 having/including all the parts

VERBS be, seem | survive The book survives complete only in the second edition of 1533. | make sth You've made my life complete.

ADV. remarkably, unusually a remarkably complete account of the negotiations | far from, less than, not quite | almost, nearly, virtually | fairly, reasonably

2 finished

VERBS be, seem

ADV. almost, nearly, substantially, virtually The job is almost complete. | far from | not yet

complete verb

1 finish sth

ADV. on schedule, on time | successfully The project has now been successfully completed.

2 write information

ADV. accurately, correctly Has the form been correctly completed?

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