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half-completed

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Definition of half-completed in English:

adjective

Unfinished or only partly completed: a half-completed project beset by years of delays
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  • I used one of my half-completed journals and just started drawing plans into it.
  • Our research has shown that when presented with screens that are too full with difficult to follow questions, respondents can simply surf away, leaving a half-completed survey.
  • With a half-completed script, rehearsals were temporarily halted.

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