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Word of the day: Complete

Complete  

To make whole or entire:

 I need only two more minutes to complete this article.

 

To bring to an end:

 I just completed the report.

Adjective

Having all parts or elements; lacking nothing; whole; entire; full:

 A complete set of Harry Potter books.

Having all the required or customary characteristics, skills:

 He is a complete fan of that actor.

Thorough; entire; total; undivided, uncompromised, or unmodified:

 The room was a complete mess.

Synonyms

 Finish, conclude, accomplish; total, whole, full.

Example

 When will you complete your homework?

 He completed the report on time.

 How much time will you take to complete the assignment?

 I will complete the work by tomorrow.

 

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