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  1. complete

    • IPA[kəmˈpliːt]

    英式

    • adj.
      having all the necessary or appropriate parts;entire; full
    • v.
      finish making or doing;conclude the sale of a property
    • verb: complete, 3rd person present: completes, gerund or present participle: completing, past tense: completed, past participle: completed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. having all the necessary or appropriate parts:

      a complete list of courses offered by the university

      no woman's wardrobe is complete without this pretty top

    • 2. entire; full:

      I only managed one complete term at school

      the complete works of Shakespeare

    • 3. having (something) as an additional part or feature:

      the house comes complete with gas central heating and double glazing

    • 4. having run its full course; finished:

      the restoration of the chapel is complete

    • 5. (often used for emphasis) to the greatest extent or degree; total:

      a complete ban on smoking

      their marriage came as a complete surprise to me

    • 6. skilled at every aspect of a particular activity; consummate:

      his range of skills made him the complete footballer

      these articles are for the compleat mathematician

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. finish making or doing:

      he completed his PhD in 1993

    • 2. conclude the sale of a property:

      you may find yourself in a position where you have to wait for your purchaser to complete, whereas your new home is ready

    • 3. (of a quarterback) successfully throw (a forward pass) to a receiver:

      he was still throwing the ball hard enough to complete 48 of 76 passes

    • 4. provide with the item or items necessary to make (something) full or entire:

      complete your collection of Britain's brightest gardening magazine

      quarry tiles and faded rugs complete the look

    • 5. write the required information on (a form or questionnaire):

      please complete the attached forms

    • adj. unfinished or only partly completed:

    • a half-completed project beset by years of delays

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    • adj. unfinished or only partly completed:

    • a half-completed project beset by years of delays

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    • adj. denoting a version of a piece of software having all the functionality intended for the final version but requiring some improvements and fixes before release:

    • a feature-complete Beta 3 of Windows 2000 is due later this quarter

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    • ph. having something as an additional part or feature

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    • adj. denoting a version of a piece of software having all the functionality intended for the final version but requiring some improvements and fixes before release:

    • a feature-complete Beta 3 of Windows 2000 is due later this quarter

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    • n. a game in which one pitcher pitches all innings without relief.

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    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[kəmˈplēt]

    美式

    • adj.
      having all the necessary or appropriate parts:
    • a complete list of courses offered by the college

      no wardrobe is complete this year without culottes

    • v.
      finish making or doing:
    • he completed his Ph.D. in 1983

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  2. 知識+

    • come complete with…

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    • complete finish 及 accomplish

      complete finish 及 accomplish complete finish ... 已經事情做好囉 ! 完成告一段落嚕 ! Our work is now complete , 我ㄇ滴工作現在完成嚕 ! complete finish ... 完完全全 徹底的 全部完工完成...

    • 請問...complete with Russian

      ... toy soldiers and staged murder mystery plays, complete with Russian dancers. 主詞為 Tonga's Crown...