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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
complete /kəm'pli:t/
  • tính từ
    • đầy đủ, trọn vẹn, hoàn toàn
      • a complete failure: một sự thất bại hoàn toàn
    • hoàn thành, xong
      • when will the work be complete?: khi nào công việc ấy sẽ hoàn thành?
    • (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) hoàn toàn, toàn diện (người)
      • complete horseman: một người cưỡi ngựa giỏi hoàn toàn
  • ngoại động từ
    • hoàn thành, làm xong
    • làm đầy đủ, bổ sung, làm cho trọn vẹn; làm cho hoàn toàn
      • this completes my happiness: điều này làm cho niềm hạnh phúc của tôi thêm trọn vẹn
Concise Dictionary
completes|completed|completing|completer|completestkəm'pliːt
verb
+come or bring to a finish or an end
+bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements
+complete or carry out
+complete a pass
+write all the required information onto a form
adj.
+having every necessary or normal part or component or step
+perfect and complete in every respect; having all necessary qualities
+highly skilled
+without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
+having come or been brought to a conclusion

Thesaurus Dictionary
adj.
1 entire, whole, intact, uncut, unbroken, undivided, unabridged, full, undiminished, unabated, unreduced:
The complete works of Dickens are available in paperback. They performed the complete opera, a six-hour marathon.
2 finished, ended, concluded, over, done, accomplished, terminated; settled, executed, performed:
The company's figures are not yet complete. When will your building plan be complete?
3 entire, total, thorough, absolute, utter, unqualified, unmixed, unalloyed, pure, unmitigated, rank:
I attribute the disaster to a complete breakdown of communication, together with the complete incompetence of the site manager.
4 perfect, consummate, exemplary, ideal, model, superior, superlative, superb, faultless, flawless:
Her dissertation is a work of complete scholarship.
v.
5 conclude, finish, end, bring to an end, accomplish, achieve, do, Colloq wrap up; finalize:
He stopped after completing ten ciruits of the track. Have you completed the prospectus?
6 round out, round off, perfect; crown, culminate:
The unit was completed by the addition of five platoons. A golden cupola completed the top of the dome.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, verb
+ adjective
1 [usually before noun] used when you are emphasizing sth, to mean 'to the greatest degree possible'
Synonym: TOTAL
We were in complete agreement. + a complete change + in complete silence + a complete stranger + It came as a complete surprise. + I felt a complete idiot.
2 including all the parts, etc. that are necessary; whole: I've collected the complete set. + a complete guide to events in Oxford + the complete works of Tolstoy + You will receive payment for each complete day that you work.
Antonym: INCOMPLETE
3 ~ with sth [not before noun] including sth as an extra part or feature: The furniture comes complete with tools and instructions for assembly. + The book, complete with cassette, costs £35.
4 [not before noun] finished: Work on the office building will be complete at the end of the year.
Antonym: INCOMPLETE
completeness noun [U]: the accuracy and completeness of the information + For the sake of completeness, all names are given in full.
+ verb [VN]
1 [often passive] to finish making or doing sth: She's just completed a master's degree in Law. + The project should be completed within a year.
2 to write all the information you are asked for on a form: 2 000 shoppers completed our questionnaire.
3 to make sth whole or perfect: I only need one more card to complete the set.
Collocation Dictionary
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?

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


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