Bedeutung von “complete” — Learner’s Dictionary

complete

adjective us uk /kəmˈpliːt/
Extra Examples
the complete works of ShakespeareHe won't finish until the report is complete.My last dinner party was a complete disaster.Happily, the operation was a complete success.They're complete opposites.
WHOLE

B1 with all parts:

the complete works of Oscar Wilde
The report comes complete with (= including) diagrams and colour photographs.
TOTAL [ always before noun ]

B1 used to emphasize what you are saying:

a complete waste of time
a complete idiot
FINISHED

finished:

Our report is almost complete.

(Definition von “complete adjective” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)