complete/ kəmˈplit /

Definition of Complete

  1. finished, concluded, ended
  2. perfect in quality or in kind
  3. unmodified, uncompromised, thorough, total
  4. having all elements of a given whole

Usage of Complete

  1. “Our work here is complete.”
  2. “This is a complete explanation of the task.”
  3. “We have a book of the complete works of Shakespeare.”
  4. “This has been a complete victory.”

Origin of Complete

The word compete is derived from the Latin completus, the past participle of the word complere, which means to fill up or to fulfill.