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complete

(All-embracing), adjective absolute, all, all-comprehensive, all-covering, all inclusive, all-pervading, all-sufficing, blanket, broad-based, capacious, comprehensive, consummate, developed, encyclopedic, exhaustive, expansive, extensive, full, global, of great scope, overall, plenary, sweeping, thorough, thoroughgoing, total, unconditional, undiminished, unimpaired, unqualified, unreduced, unreserved, unrestricted, unsevered, utter, very thorough, with no exception, without omissions
Associated concepts: complete abandonment, complete and adequate remedy at law, complete contract, complete coverrge, complete delivery, complete jurisdiction, complete liqqidation, complete ownership, complete record, complete relief, complete remedy, complete title, completed instrument

complete

(Ended), adjective accomplished, achieved, at an end, brought to a conclusion, carried through, closed, completed, completive, concluded, conclusive, consummated, culminated, decided, definitive, disposed of, done, effected, effectuated, executed, final, finished, over, realized, set at rest, settled, terminated, terminative, through

complete

verb accomplish, achieve, apply a closure, bring to a close, bring to an end, bring to conclusion, bring to maturity, bring to perfection, carry out, carry through, carry to completion, clinch, close, conclude, consummate, determine, discharge, dispatch, dispose of, draw to a close, end, finalize, finish, follow through, fulfill, perfect, polish, realize, seal, succeed, terminate, wind up
Foreign phrases: Extincto subjecto, tollitur adjunctum.When the substance is extinguished, the incident ceases.
See also: abandon, absolute, accomplish, adhere to, adjust, arrant, attain, cap, carry, categorical, cease, close, commit, comply, comprehensive, conclusive, consummate, culminate, definite, definitive, detailed, discharge, discontinue, dispatch, effectuate, execute, exhaust, extreme, fabricate, finish, follow-up, fulfill, full, gross, implement, intact, inviolate, keep, lapse, make, omnibus, outright, peremptory, perfect, perform, perpetrate, plenary, pure, radical, realize, replenish, replete, resolve, ripe, stark, succeed, terminate, thorough, total, unconditional, unlimited, unmitigated, unqualified, whole

complete

see COMPLETION.
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Cody and Sweetland were the first women motorcycle riders to complete the Baja 1000 back in 1990.
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Also complete tooling for siding, profile, fence, deck and natural fiber composites.
With the change to community-based projects, each group of students worked together to complete a project for their assigned agency.
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The first step in implementing the Fast Track process involved accepting only complete applications submitted personally by the applicant directly to the PCSO's Human Resources Division.
The spotter helps return the bar to the racks and then proceeds to watch the clock for 30 seconds, during which time the athlete prepares mentally and physically to complete the final 2 reps of the set.
Complete a self-study or group orientation of the materials.
23) Under these proposed regulations, a contract was considered complete when (1) the remaining costs required to finish the contract entirely were insignificant compared to the amounts already expended, (2) no substantial dispute existed about the acceptability of the work performed on the portion finished, and (3) the contract had been completed in all respects essential for the basic utility of the subject matter of the contract.