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complete

Synonyms of complete in English:

adjective

  • 1 the complete interview will appear in next week's issue
    entire, whole, full, total, intact, uncut, unshortened, unabridged, comprehensive
    [Antonyms] incomplete
  • 2 their research was complete
    finished, ended, concluded, completed, finalized, accomplished, achieved, fulfilled, discharged, settled, done
    [Antonyms] unfinished
  • 3 you're acting like a complete fool
    inveterate, congenital, dyed-in-the-wool, true blue;
    in every respect;
    North American full-bore
    informal deep-dyed
    British informal right
    Australian/New Zealand informal fair
    archaic arrant
    rare right-down, apodictic
    [Antonyms] partial
  • verb

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  • 1 she advised him to complete his architectural training
    finish, end, conclude, bring to a conclusion, finalize, wind up, consummate, bring to fruition;
    crown, cap, set the seal on
    informal wrap up, sew up, polish off, sort out
    [Antonyms] give up
  • 2 the outfit was completed with a delicate veil
    finish off, round off, top off, make perfect, perfect, crown, cap, complement, add the finishing touch to, add the final touch to
  • 3 entrants are required to complete an application form
    fill in, fill out, fill up, answer
  • Word links

    holo- related prefix, as in holocaust, holophytic

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    Word of the day orthoepy
    Pronunciation: ˈɔːθəʊɛpi
    noun
    the correct or accepted pronunciation of words