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Adjective: completed  kum'plee-tid
  1. Successfully completed or brought to an end
    "the completed project";
    - accomplished, realized, realised [Brit]
     
  2. (of a marriage) completed by the first act of sexual intercourse after the ceremony
     
  3. (football) caught
    "a completed forward pass"
Verb: complete  kum'pleet
  1. Come or bring to a finish or an end
    "She completed the requirements for her Master's Degree";
    - finish
     
  2. Bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements
    "A child would complete the family"
     
  3. Carry out, fulfil
    "complete one's duties";
    - dispatch, discharge
     
  4. (football) complete a pass
    - nail
     
  5. Write all the required information onto a form
    "complete this questionnaire, please!";
    - fill out, fill in, make out

See also: complete, consummated

Type of: accomplish, action, carry out, carry through, end, execute, fill, fill up, fulfil [Brit, Cdn], fulfill [N. Amer], make full, play, terminate

Encyclopedia: Completed

Complete