English definition of “complement”
/ˈkɒmplɪmənt/ noun [C]
MAKE GOOD › something that makes something else seem good, attractive, or complete: This wine is the perfect complement to the meal.
TOTAL NUMBER › the total amount or number of something that is needed to complete a group: Do we have a full complement of players for Saturday's match?
GRAMMAR › a word or phrase which comes after the verb and gives more information about the subject of the verb