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complete (adjective)

in possession of everything you need; absolute, full, intact, entire, whole; the state of having reached the end of an important chapter in one’s life; done, finished, fulfilled, realised; the condition of having achieved, attained, accomplished and savouring the results; pulled it off, succeeded, triumphed.

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