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The library is fortunate to have an almost complete set of these publications.
The system needs a complete overhaul.
Our family just wouldn’t feel complete without our dog.
When the chart is complete, stick it on the wall.
A similar project for northern Montana is almost complete.
He’s a complete idiot.
She’s the complete opposite of me.
There had been a complete breakdown of trust and confidence.
It was a complete and utter waste of time.
This is the American English definition of complete. View British English definition of complete.
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