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< Middle English compleet (“full, complete ”) < Latin completus, past participle of complere (“to fill up, fill full, fulfil, complete ”) < com- + *plere (“to To be complete is to be in the state of requiring nothing else to be added. Complete may also refer to: Complete (Lila McCann album) · Complete (News from Merriam-Webster's Dictionary For iPhone y iPad New! For Your iPhone. Get them now! Word Games · Word of the Day · New Words y Slang · Video /kəmˈplit/ Show Spelled [kuh m-pleet] Show IPA adjective, verb, -plet·ed, -plet· ing. –adjective. 1. having all parts or elements; lacking nothing; whole; Our estate Agency and lettings and relocation capability are complemented by independent mortgage and financial services business.
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