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tính từ
đầy đủ, trọn vẹn, hoàn toàn
một sự thất bại hoàn toàn
hoàn thành, xong
khi nào công việc ấy sẽ hoàn thành?
(từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) hoàn toàn, toàn diện (người)
một người cưỡi ngựa giỏi hoàn toàn
ngoại động từ
hoàn thành, làm xong
làm đầy đủ, bổ sung, làm cho trọn vẹn; làm cho hoàn toàn
điều này làm cho niềm hạnh phúc của tôi thêm trọn vẹn
Chuyên ngành Anh - Việt
Hoá học
hoàn thành, hoàn tất
Kỹ thuật
đủ, trọn bộ, hoàn chỉnh
Tin học
Hoàn thành
Toán học
đầy đủ, bổ sung; hoàn thành
Xây dựng, Kiến trúc
đủ, trọn bộ, hoàn chỉnh
Từ điển Anh - Anh


complete (kəm-plētʹ) adjective

Abbr. comp., cpl

1. Having all necessary or normal parts, components, or steps; entire: a complete meal.

2. Botany. Having all principal parts, namely, the sepals, petals, stamens, and pistil or pistils. Used of a flower.

3. Having come to an end; concluded.

4. Absolute; total: "In Cairo I have seen buildings which were falling down as they were being put up, buildings whose incompletion was complete" (William H. Gass).

5. a. Skilled; accomplished: a complete musician. b. Thorough; consummate: a complete coward.

verb, transitive

completed, completing, completes

1. To bring to a finish or an end: She has completed her studies.

2. To make whole, with all necessary elements or parts: A second child would complete their family.


[Middle English complet, from Latin complētus past participle of complēre, to fill out : com-, intensive pref.. See com- + plēre, to fill.]

completeʹly adverb

completeʹness noun

compleʹtive adjective

Synonyms: complete, close, end, finish, conclude, terminate. These verbs mean to bring or to come to a natural or proper stopping point. Complete suggests the final stage in bringing an undertaking to fruition: "Nothing worth doing is completed in our lifetime" (Reinhold Niebuhr). Close applies to the ending of something ongoing or continuing: The orchestra closed the concert with an encore. If there is a further falloff in ticket sales, the play will close. End emphasizes finality: We ended the meal with fruit and cheese. "Where laws end, tyranny begins" (William Pitt). Finish is sometimes interchangeable with complete: "Give us the tools, and we will finish the job" (Winston S. Churchill). Often, though, it suggests the addition of final details to what has already essentially been completed: I finished the pillowcase with a border of lace. Conclude adds to complete and close a sense of formality: Government representatives concluded tariff negotiations. The article concluded with a restatement of the major points presented. Terminate more specifically suggests reaching an established limit in time or space: The mayor terminated the press conference with a few words of thanks. The family lives on a dead-end street that terminates at a fence.

Usage Note: Complete is sometimes held to be an absolute term like perfect or chief, which is not subject to comparison. Nonetheless, it can be qualified as more or less, for example. A majority of the Usage Panel accepts the example His book is the most complete treatment of the subject.

Đồng nghĩa - Phản nghĩa
complete (adj)
  • finished, completed, done, concluded, accomplished, fulfilled
    antonym: unfinished
  • whole, comprehensive, wide-ranging, broad, ample, widespread, far-reaching, thorough, all-embracing, all-inclusive, overall, extensive, full
    antonym: partial
  • absolute, extreme, utter, great, downright, perfect, total, entire
  • complete (v)
  • finish, finalize, conclude, end, bring to an end, put the finishing touches on, put the last touches on
    antonym: start
  • accomplish, achieve, fulfill, carry out, realize, perfect