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English definition of “complete”

complete

adjective (VERY GREAT)   /kəmˈplit/
very great, without limit, or to the largest degree possible: The trip began in complete confusion. She gave me a look of complete indifference. Toby and Alfredo are complete opposites. completely    /kəmˈplit·li/ adverb To be completely honest, I was too scared to say anything.
(Definition of complete adjective (VERY GREAT) from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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