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Synonyms for complete

Synonyms for complete

lacking nothing essential or normal

including every constituent or individual

not shortened by omissions

not more or less

having reached completion

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covering all aspects with painstaking accuracy

to bring or come to a natural or proper end

to supply what is lacking

Synonyms for complete

bring to a whole, with all the necessary parts or elements

complete a pass

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write all the required information onto a form

having every necessary or normal part or component or step

perfect and complete in every respect

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highly skilled

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having come or been brought to a conclusion

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To return to Morgan's general objection against solutions which resort to speculative additions: of course, it is true that the author has complete control over his material--insofar as the narrative is fictional in a semantic sense and therefore has no reference in our world; (41) however, it is also important to acknowledge that Heliodorus invites his readers to toy with the idea that certain things which would throw a new light on the plot remain unsaid in his novel, and that this narratological characteristic, again, prompts a completive reading within the limits defined by the recit.
A few years ago, just having an analytics solution would give companies a completive advantage in personal lines," says Masud.
3) In order to distinguish different temporal contours of a situation a verb in Bhujal may inflect, along with tense and PNR inflections, for five subcategories of aspects: past-perfective, perfect, completive, durative and habitual.
To understanding the full potential of integrated design to deliver cost effective and high efficiency projects, we must first evaluate the various project acquisition and delivery methods to better understand how to deliver cost completive energy efficient projects.
6 percent of all gourmet retailers (including food and kitchenware) named online retailing as their biggest completive threat.
Almost accidentally he remarks, that (42) "fulfils the completive function by providing an answer to a potential wh- question: Who gave Anna a book?
For example, 'mere phellO' [kill+non-finite throw+finite] can mean 'threw after killing' (here, 'mere' is a sequential participle) or just 'killed' with a completive sense (where, 'mere' is a polar verb and 'phellO', the vector verb of a finite verb group).
In addition, in chloroprene rubber and in electronic materials Denki Kagaku boasts a completive edge, which is translated into profitability.
Greg added: "David and Davina are the fittest and are completive driven, I almost have to stop them over-doing the training.
By Ngor Arol Garang December 26, 2009 (KHARTOUM) -- South Sudan President General Salva Kiir Mayardit has directed the regional Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to come up with legislation enforcing adherence to required completive standards in higher learning institutions to attain excellence.
Like strategy, business models also have to reinvent themselves, lest they themselves will become redundant and the company losses its completive advantage.
Comme on peut le constater, ces adjectifs attributs modaux ont pour sujets, soit une completive (15b), soit une subordonnee infinitive qui peut etre concue comme un simple objet de pensee dont l'adjectif necesario (necessaire) asserte la necessite (15a).
Not only have the triumphs and the resulting feel-good factor established his authority without him really having to crack any disciplinary whips (although it's fair to say a few have been cracked anyway), but suddenly new talent has emerged which gives the squad a completive feel.
Note that the decentralized equilibrium cannot be optimal because factor markets are not completive, factor shares are determined exogenously and factor prices are not equal to their marginal productivity.
The partner would have excellent experience and possibly completive materials pricing, but would never be compelled to share this imbedded knowledge.