Complete

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Definition

to complete: to finish, to terminate, to conclude
verb

complete: total, whole, entire; finished
adjective

completely: totally, entirely, fully
adverb

Examples

  • "Philip : I completely agree."
  • "Brent : So listeners, I am now inside the party: the first stage of my mission is complete."
  • "When I was a perfumer in Paris, I completed all my tasks with a dance and song."
  • "I understand completely."
  • "Robot : Episode generation complete."
  • "Industrial Fruit Concern Inc. has stated that if they acquire the juice business, they plan to completely change the company culture and business model, create hundreds of soulless storefronts across the world, and pretty much ruin everything that made it unique."
  • "Philip : Before completing my mission, I have but one remaining task."
  • "Our beloved director of sales, and ex-president of Cheeterland, Philip Cheeter, recently completed a unique weekend seminar as part of Delavigne Corp's training program. Here's a excerpt from a recent e-mail exchange between the two of us"
  • "Mentally, it's a completely different story."
  • "Please complete it."

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