Definition of complimentary in English:

complimentary

Line breaks: com|pli|men¦tary
Pronunciation: /kɒmplɪˈmɛnt(ə)ri
 
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adjective

1Expressing a compliment; praising or approving: Jennie was very complimentary about Kath’s riding complimentary remarks
More example sentences
  • Even the odd complimentary remark can annoy me a little.
  • We have received some very complimentary remarks from our customers about the facilities and the services we offer.
  • Except for complimentary remarks about the food, little was said during the meal.
Synonyms
fulsome, honeyed, saccharine, sugary
informal rave
rare panegyrical, acclamatory, encomiastic, laudative
2Given or supplied free of charge: a complimentary bottle of wine
More example sentences
  • You will get a complimentary bottle of California wine and your service charge is waived in the Traveler.
  • At most, I could get a complimentary bottle of wine, but inspiration came free, he said.
  • Each sponsor will be proved with two complimentary tickets for the show, valued at €10 each.
Synonyms
free, free of charge, gratis, for nothing;
informal on the house
North American informal comp

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