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Meaning of “complete” - Learner’s Dictionary

complete

verb [T]     /kəmˈpliːt/
FINISH A2 to finish doing or making something: The palace took 15 years to complete. She will complete her studies in France.Coming to an endCausing something to end
MAKE STH WHOLE A2 to provide the last part needed to make something whole: Complete the sentence with one of the adjectives provided.Complete and wholeVery and extremeFilling and completing
WRITE A2 to write all the details asked for on a form or other documentFilling and completing
(Definition of complete verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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