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Spanish translation of “complete”

complete

adjective /kəmˈpliːt/
whole; with nothing missing
completo
a complete set of Shakespeare’s plays.
thorough
completo
My car needs a complete overhaul a complete surprise.
finished
acabado
My picture will soon be complete.
completely adverb
completamente
I am not completely satisfied with the way things worked out.
completeness noun
plenitud
He’s checking the completeness of the list to make sure that we haven’t missed anything.
completion /-ʃən/ noun finishing or state of being finished
finalización
You will be paid on completion of the work.
(Definition of complete from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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