Pronunciation of Complete
/kəmplˈiːt/, /kəmplˈiːt/, /k_ə_m_p_l_ˈiː_t/
Antonyms for complete:
Synonyms for complete:
serve, spectrum, unrelieved, overarching, included, possible, general, the full monty, completely, especially, globalized, fairly, perfectly, exhausted, Thoroughpaced, put down for, aggregate, across the board, wide, broadly, Everything, Anything, sorted, crashing, hopeless, postdate, terrible, altogether, within, incredible, imaginable, livelong, wide-ranging, literally, anymore, overall, caption, detailed, predate, big time, square away, the sum total, mark up, annotate, end with, whole-hog, uncensored, resounding, unexpurgated, Including, unutterable, see through, catch-all, date, enshrine, real, entirety.
top off, distance.
go through with.
Other synonyms and related words:
sum, uncut, total, done, accomplished, conclusive, final, intact, integral, plenary, universal, collective, solid, whole, unabridged, unified, full, unsevered, all, exhaustive, comprehensive, finished, entire, through, undivided, thorough.
total, not lacking (adjective)
replete, unabridged, all, entire, organic, whole, undivided, outright, full, uncut, integrated, plenary, whole-hog, unabbreviated, intact, unexpurgated, gross, integral, thorough, exhaustive, thoroughgoing, faultless.
same, entire, uniform, congruent, atomic, unified, fundamental, integrated, irreducible, monolithic, integral, cohesive, pure, solid, united, intact, indivisible, undivided, coherent, elemental, coincident, homogeneous, congruous, single, holistic, simple.
Sense 1 (noun)
Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 7 (noun)
carry out action (verb)
get through, discharge, finish, actualize, perform, fill, conclude, cap, wind up, round out, achieve, accomplish, terminate, close, wrap up, go through with, execute, end, fulfill, ultimate, finalize, settle, realize, DO, halt.