Variant of complete
- lacking no component part; full; whole; entire
- brought to a conclusion; ended; finished
- thorough; absolute: to have complete confidence in someone
- accomplished; skilled; consummate
Origin: Middle English and amp; Old French complet ; from Classical Latin completus, past participle of complere, to fill up, complete ; from com-, intensive plush plere, to fill: see full
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