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Complement

ˈkɒm.plɪ.ment

Meanings of Complement:

noun

A thing that contributes extra features to something else in such a way as to improve or emphasize its quality.

Usage examples:

Local ales provide the perfect complement to fine food
verb

Contribute extra features to (someone or something) in such a way as to improve or emphasize their qualities.

Usage examples:

A classic blazer complements a look that's smart or casual

Complementarity

ˌkɒm.plɪ.mənˈtær.ə.ti

Meanings of Complementarity:

noun

A relationship or situation in which two or more different things improve or emphasize each other's qualities.

Usage examples:

A culture based on the complementarity of men and women

Complementary

kɒmplɪˈmɛnt(ə)ri

Meanings of Complementary:

adjective

Combining in such a way as to enhance or emphasize the qualities of each other or another.

Usage examples:

They had different but complementary skills

Complementation

kɒmplɪmɛnˈteɪʃn

Meanings of Complementation:

noun

The action of complementing something.

Usage examples:

Sometimes, marriages of politicians are contracted with this regional complementation in mind.

Complemented

ˈkɒm.plɪ.ment

Meanings of Complemented:

verb

Contribute extra features to (someone or something) in such a way as to improve or emphasize their qualities.

Usage examples:

A classic blazer complements a look that's smart or casual
noun

A thing that contributes extra features to something else in such a way as to improve or emphasize its quality.

Usage examples:

Local ales provide the perfect complement to fine food

Complementing

ˈkɒm.plɪ.ment

Meanings of Complementing:

verb

Contribute extra features to (someone or something) in such a way as to improve or emphasize their qualities.

Usage examples:

A classic blazer complements a look that's smart or casual
noun

A thing that contributes extra features to something else in such a way as to improve or emphasize its quality.

Usage examples:

Local ales provide the perfect complement to fine food

Complementizer

ˈkɒmplɪməntʌɪzə

Meanings of Complementizer:

noun

A word or morpheme that marks an embedded clause as functioning as a complement, typically a subordinating conjunction or infinitival to.

Usage examples:

The subordinator that introduces a complement clause is sometimes known as a complementizer: for ex…

Complements

ˈkɒm.plɪ.ment

Meanings of Complements:

noun

A thing that contributes extra features to something else in such a way as to improve or emphasize its quality.

Usage examples:

Local ales provide the perfect complement to fine food
verb

Contribute extra features to (someone or something) in such a way as to improve or emphasize their qualities.

Usage examples:

A classic blazer complements a look that's smart or casual

Complete

kəmˈpliːt

Meanings of Complete:

adjective

Having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

A complete list of courses offered by the university
verb

Finish making or doing.

Usage examples:

He completed his phd in 1993

Completed

kəmˈpliːt

Meanings of Completed:

verb

Finish making or doing.

Usage examples:

He completed his phd in 1993
adjective

Having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

A complete list of courses offered by the university

Completely

kəmˈpliːtli

Meanings of Completely:

adverb

Totally; utterly.

Usage examples:

The fire completely destroyed the building

Completeness

kəmˈpliːt.nəs

Meanings of Completeness:

noun

The state or condition of having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

The completeness of the records

Completer

kəmˈpliːt

Meanings of Completer:

adjective

Having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

A complete list of courses offered by the university

Meanings of Completes:

verb

Finish making or doing.

Usage examples:

He completed his phd in 1993
adjective

Having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

A complete list of courses offered by the university

Completest

kəmˈpliːt

Meanings of Completest:

adjective

Having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

A complete list of courses offered by the university
verb

Finish making or doing.

Usage examples:

He completed his phd in 1993

Completing

kəmˈpliːt

Meanings of Completing:

verb

Finish making or doing.

Usage examples:

He completed his phd in 1993
adjective

Having all the necessary or appropriate parts.

Usage examples:

A complete list of courses offered by the university

Completion

kəmˈpliː.ʃən

Meanings of Completion:

noun

The action or process of completing or finishing something.

Usage examples:

Funds for the completion of the new building

Meanings of Completions:

noun

The action or process of completing or finishing something.

Usage examples:

Funds for the completion of the new building

Completive

kəmˈpliːtɪv

Meanings of Completive:

noun

A word or morpheme which adds a sense of completeness to a word or phrase (e.g. in the phrase break up, up is a completive).

Usage examples:

Particles are added, usually as completives and intensives, to two and three-syllable verbs of lati…

Complex

ˈkɒm.pleks

Meanings of Complex:

adjective

Consisting of many different and connected parts.

Usage examples:

A complex network of water channels
noun

A group or system of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network.

Usage examples:

A complex of mountain roads
verb

Make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another.

Usage examples:

The dna was complexed with the nuclear extract

Complexation

kɒmplɛkˈseɪʃən

Meanings of Complexation:

noun

The process of making an atom or compound form a complex with another.

Complexed

ˈkɒmplɛks

Meanings of Complexed:

verb

Make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another.

Usage examples:

The dna was complexed with the nuclear extract
adjective

Consisting of many different and connected parts.

Usage examples:

A complex network of water channels
noun

A group or system of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network.

Usage examples:

A complex of mountain roads

Complexes

ˈkɒm.pleks

Meanings of Complexes:

noun

A group or system of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network.

Usage examples:

A complex of mountain roads
verb

Make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another.

Usage examples:

The dna was complexed with the nuclear extract
adjective

Consisting of many different and connected parts.

Usage examples:

A complex network of water channels

Complexing

ˈkɒmplɛks

Meanings of Complexing:

verb

Make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another.

Usage examples:

The dna was complexed with the nuclear extract
adjective

Consisting of many different and connected parts.

Usage examples:

A complex network of water channels
noun

A group or system of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network.

Usage examples:

A complex of mountain roads

Complexion

kəmˈplek.ʃən

Meanings of Complexion:

noun

The natural colour, texture, and appearance of a person's skin, especially of the face.

Usage examples:

A smooth, pale complexion

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