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complete / entero
 
complete   [kəmˈpli:t]
A. -adjective
1. (=whole)   entero
·a complete office block was burnt to the ground
·un bloque de oficinas entero quedó reducido a cenizas
2. (=finished)   terminado
·the work of restoring the farmhouse is complete
·la restauraciónoun de la granja está terminada
3. (=total)   [control, lack]   total,   absoluto   [change]   total   [surprise]   auténtico
a. in complete [agreement] =   totalmente de acuerdo,   en completo acuerdo
b. in complete [contrast] to something/somebody =   todo lo contrario que algo/somebody, someone
c. it'noun a complete [disaster] =   es un completo desastre,   es un desastre total
d. the man'noun a complete [idiot] =   es un auténtico idiota
e. it is a complete [mistake] to think that ... =   es totalmente erróneo pensar que ...
f. he is the complete [opposite] of me =   no nos parecemos en nada
g. to my complete [satisfaction] =   para mi completa or total satisfacciónoun
4. (=full)   [list, set, group]   completo
·the Complete Works of Shakespeare
·las Obras Completas de Shakespeare
·at last her happiness was complete
·por fin, su dicha era completa
·no garden is complete without a bed of rose bushes
·ningúnoun jardínoun puede considerarse completo si no tiene un arriate de rosales
5. (=all-round)   [novelist, footballer]   completo,   perfecto
·he is the complete film-maker
·es el director de cine completo or perfecto
6. ·complete with:a mansion complete with swimming pool
·una mansiónoun con piscina y todo
·he arrived complete with equipment
·llegó con todo su equipo
·the diary comes complete with a ballpoint pen
·la agenda viene con bolígrafo incluido
·it comes complete with instructions
·viene con sus correspondientes instrucciones
B. -transitive verb
1. (=make up)
[+set, collection, team]   completar
[+misfortune, happiness]   colmar
·a grey silk tie completed the outfit
·una corbata de seda gris completaba el conjunto
2. (=finish)
[+work]   terminar,   acabar
[+contract]   cumplir,   llevar a cabo
·the course takes three years to complete
·se tarda tres años en hacer el curso
·to complete a prison sentence
·cumplir una pena de cárcel
3. (=fill in)
[+form, questionnaire]   rellenar
·complete the application form
·rellene la solicitud
 
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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