Definition Of complete
(often used for emphasis) to the greatest extent or degree; total.
a complete ban on smoking
finish making or doing.
he completed his Ph.D. in 1983
having all the necessary or appropriate parts.
a complete list of courses offered by the college
make (something) whole or perfect.
he only needed one thing to complete his happiness
Example Of complete
A complete list of abstracts is available on-line which gives the tenor of the whole proceedings.
A prolific football striker in school, D' Souza's transformation is now complete .
A single wasp brought an entire factory to a complete standstill after it was spotted on top of a forklift truck.
A visit to the site would not be complete without a full tour of the available goodies at the online Giant Robot store.
As it turns out I have a buyer for my property who wants to complete immediately instead of January as planned.