completar


completar
v.
1 to complete.
2 to fulfill, to fulfil.
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completar
verbo transitivo
1 (gen) to complete
2 (acabar) to finish; (perfeccionar) to round off
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verb
to complete, finish
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VT
1) (=terminar) to complete, finish; (=perfeccionar) to finish off, round off; Méx to match

me falta un sello para completar la serie — I need one stamp to complete the series

completó su formación en varias universidades norteamericanas — she finished off her education at a number of American universities

2) [+ pérdida] to make good
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verbo transitivo
1) (terminar) to finish, complete

los fuegos artificiales completaron las fiestas — the fireworks rounded off the festivities

2) (AmL) <cuestionario/impreso> to complete, fill out o in
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= complete, fill onto, see through + to its completion, fill out, finish, work through, fill in, carry through to + completion, round off, round out.
Ex. A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.
Ex. Fill these elements onto a paper form or on to some type of form via an online terminal.
Ex. I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
Ex. One of the things that the other two authors and I have done was to find out who filled out these sheets.
Ex. Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
Ex. Some theorists hold that one stage must be completely worked through before the next stage can be entered.
Ex. The first is dry leafcasting, (a method to fill in missing parts with fibres by suction removal of dust and impregnation with a thermoplastic).
Ex. The author discusses the development process which began with a concept, continued with the formulation of objectives, and has been carried through to completion.
Ex. Klaus Ring will round off the plenary sessions with a lecture entitled: 'Are Internet and Print Products Interchangeable Reading Media?' = Klaus Ring culminará las sesiones plenarias el miércoles con una conferencia titulada: "¿Son los Productos Impresos y de Internet Soportes de Lectura Intercambiables?".
Ex. The second phase of this study will round out the picture sketched by the survey results = La segunda fase de este estudio completará la visión esbozada por los resultados del cuestionario.
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* completar Algo = complete + the picture.
* completar el ciclo = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.
* completar un cupo = meet + quota.
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verbo transitivo
1) (terminar) to finish, complete

los fuegos artificiales completaron las fiestas — the fireworks rounded off the festivities

2) (AmL) <cuestionario/impreso> to complete, fill out o in
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= complete, fill onto, see through + to its completion, fill out, finish, work through, fill in, carry through to + completion, round off, round out.

Ex: A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.

Ex: Fill these elements onto a paper form or on to some type of form via an online terminal.
Ex: I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
Ex: One of the things that the other two authors and I have done was to find out who filled out these sheets.
Ex: Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
Ex: Some theorists hold that one stage must be completely worked through before the next stage can be entered.
Ex: The first is dry leafcasting, (a method to fill in missing parts with fibres by suction removal of dust and impregnation with a thermoplastic).
Ex: The author discusses the development process which began with a concept, continued with the formulation of objectives, and has been carried through to completion.
Ex: Klaus Ring will round off the plenary sessions with a lecture entitled: 'Are Internet and Print Products Interchangeable Reading Media?' = Klaus Ring culminará las sesiones plenarias el miércoles con una conferencia titulada: "¿Son los Productos Impresos y de Internet Soportes de Lectura Intercambiables?".
Ex: The second phase of this study will round out the picture sketched by the survey results = La segunda fase de este estudio completará la visión esbozada por los resultados del cuestionario.
* completar Algo = complete + the picture.
* completar el ciclo = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.
* completar un cupo = meet + quota.

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completar [A1 ]
vt
A (terminar) to finish, complete
le faltan dos meses para completar sus estudios she'll be finishing o completing her course in two months
con este cromo completo la colección this sticker completes my collection
los fuegos artificiales completaron las fiestas the fireworks rounded off the festivities
B (AmL) (rellenar) to complete, fill out o in
completar un formulario to fill out o in a form
completar en letra de imprenta complete in block capitals
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completar (conjugate completar) verbo transitivo
a) (terminar) to finish, complete

b) (AmL) ‹cuestionario/impresoto complete, fill out o in

completar verbo transitivo to complete
'completar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
acabar
- evaluación
English:
complete
- make
- supplement
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completar
vt
1. [acabar] to complete;
completaron la reparación en dos horas they completed the repair in two hours;
esta obra completa la trilogía this work completes the trilogy
2. [impreso] to fill out o in
See also the pronominal verb completarse
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completar
v/t complete
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completar vt
terminar: to complete, to finish
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completar vb to complete

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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