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.
All the participants were informed of the study aims and asked to sign an informed consent form and complete a standardized questionnaire.