With all parts included; with nothing missing; full. (adjective)
Examples of word complete
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By the assistance, however, of the latter, what store of learning might we not expect from complete Arabic translations of many of the Greek and Latin authors, _viz. _ of the _complete_ works of Livy, Tacitus, and many others.
"complete verifiable elimination" covering even undeclared nuclear facilities, similar to the Bush administration's principle of ¡°complete, verifiable, irreversible denuclearization.
SAN FRANCISCO—Three years after calling the term "complete gibberish," Larry Ellison is selling the cloud.
The word complete in the first chapter of James means “whole,” “well,” or “physical or spiritual well-being.”
The planeswalker's use of the term complete ran a chill through the mage.
Hence, in the sale of real estate by the husband, his wife must, with the husband, sign the conveyance to make the title complete to the purchaser.
SAN FRANCISCO-Three years after calling the term "complete gibberish," Larry Ellison is selling the cloud.
Obviously, the very first season in 1992, you had what I call complete virgins.