How to Pronounce complete?

Correct pronunciation for the word "complete" is [kəmplˈiːt], [kəmplˈiːt], [k_ə_m_p_l_ˈiː_t].

"Complete" in context

The word 'complete' speaks of a sense of accomplishment, of having all the necessary elements to complete something. It is a feeling of finality, a sense of having achieved an ideal. It can also refer to the finished product or action, the whole package. A completed project, for example, is one that has all its necessary components and meets all the specified criteria for a successful outcome. It is an essential element of any task or goal, and is often the deciding factor in determining success.

Usage over time for complete:

This graph shows how "complete" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.


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