completo


completo
adj.
1 complete, entire, integral, uncut.
2 complete, total, exhaustive, out-and-out.
3 complete, full-length, all-inclusive, all-round.
4 complete, concluded, done, finished.
5 square, hearty.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: completar.
* * *
completo
adjetivo
1 (terminado) finished, completed
2 (lleno) full
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FRASEOLOGÍA
al completo full up, filled to capacity
por completo completely
* * *
(f. - completa)
adj.
1) complete
2) full
* * *
1. ADJ
1) (=entero) [dieta] balanced; [colección] complete; [texto, informe] full, complete; [felicidad] complete, total; [panorama] full

tomamos una comida ligera pero completa — we had a light but full meal

un coche con equipamiento completo — a car with a full range of fittings

un laboratorio de idiomas con equipamiento completo — a fully-equipped language lab

las poesías completas de San Juan de la Cruz — the complete poems of San Juan de la Cruz

trabajar a tiempo completo — to work full time

jornada 1), obra 2), b), pensión 3)
2) (=lleno) full; [hotel] full, fully booked

completo — [en pensión, hostal] no vacancies; [en taquilla] sold out

al completo: el tren está al completo — the train is full

el hotel estaba al completo — the hotel was fully booked o full

asistió el ayuntamiento al completo — the entire council was present

3) (=total) [éxito, fracaso] complete, total

la película fue un completo fracaso — the film was a complete o total flop

por completo — [desaparecer, desconocer] completely

ha quedado destruido por completo — it was completely destroyed

se me olvidó por completo — I completely forgot

la niebla cubrió por completo el paisaje — the fog completely covered the countryside

está dedicado por completo a su trabajo — he is totally dedicated to his work

su partido apoyaba por completo la iniciativa — his party fully supported the initiative, his party gave its full support to the initiative

el problema quedará resuelto por completo — the problem will be solved once and for all

4) (=terminado)

la novela está ya casi completa — the novel is almost finished

5) (=bien hecho)

ha entregado un trabajo muy completo — he's handed in a very thorough piece of work

este libro es pequeño, pero bastante completo — this book is small, but quite comprehensive

6) (=polifacético) [actor, deportista] all-round

un atleta muy completo — an all-round athlete

2.
SM Chile hot dog ( with salad )
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I
-ta adjetivo
1)
a) (entero) complete

la baraja no está completa — this deck isn't complete

las obras completas de Neruda — the complete works of Neruda

la serie completa — the whole series

b) (total, absoluto) complete, total

por completo — completely

c) (exhaustivo) <explicación> detailed; <obra/diccionario> comprehensive; <tesis/ensayo> thorough
d) <deportista/actor> complete, very versatile
2) (lleno) full

el tren iba completo — the train was full

completo — (en hostal) no vacancies; (en taquilla) sold out

II
masculino (Chi) hot dog (with all the trimmings)
* * *
= complete, comprehensive, entire, exhaustive, full [fuller -comp., fullest -sup.], full-blown, full-bodied, full-featured, full-fledged, full-length, full-scale, full-service, thorough, total, well-rounded, end to end, supine, enriched, all-round, whole, utter, all-inclusive, fully formed, fully featured, the works!, unmitigaged, fully blown.
Ex. The main entry is the complete catalogue record of the document.
Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
Ex. Plainly such representative sections may not be present in many documents, but sometimes an extract from the results, conclusions or recommendations of a document may serve to identify the key issues covered by the entire document.
Ex. The enumeration of isolates should be exhaustive or complete for the subject area.
Ex. Since recall goes up as precision goes down, it is clearly not possible to achieve in general a system which gives full recall at the same time as full precision.
Ex. Reference transactions can range from the ready-reference, or short-answer question, to the full-blown research inquiry to establish methodology.
Ex. By adulthood the child's literary consciousness has grown into a full-bodied appreciation of the work of the great imaginative writers.
Ex. The EPIC service is a full-featured on-line reference system that provides subject access, and keyword and Boolean searching to a variety of databases.
Ex. Once the functional and informal network seeks to widen its influence, it becomes a full-fledged institution.
Ex. Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
Ex. Obviously, staff will have to be instructed in the use of the new system, be it word processing or a full-scale circulation system.
Ex. In other words, they want us to start from scratch and come up with a plan for a full-service center, which might then be used as a model for the other regional centers.
Ex. Timely and thorough planning is essential.
Ex. This situation requires a very skilled information worker if total disaster is to be avoided.
Ex. This has produced the matriarchal system in society on the one hand, and well-rounded libraries organized under the slogan 'Libraries are for wallowing in' on the other.
Ex. Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
Ex. 'I was saying that we shouldn't have a supine acceptance for temporary limitations'.
Ex. Union Catalogues may also decide that they need more enriched records because of specific needs.
Ex. The finest and most influential of these French italics were the work of Robert Granjon, an artist of the stature of his countryman and near-contemporary Garamont and one of the greatest all-round type designers of any period.
Ex. One of them will take instructions and data from a whole roomful of girls armed with simple keyboard punches.
Ex. There is little to be said for this grudging acceptance or utter rejection of pseudonyms.
Ex. It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
Ex. The technology has matured sufficiently that it's now cheap and relatively easy to set up a fully featured repository in quite a short time.
Ex. Whole cities laid to waste, heroes falling in battle, death of gods, the works!.
Ex. Only Bush could take a horrible situation and create an unmitigated disaster.
Ex. This time it's a hairline fracture rather than a fully blown break of a metatarsal, however the result is the same.
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* alojamiento en régimen de pensión completa = full-board accommodation.
* a tiempo completo = full-time.
* base de datos completa = full-provision database.
* base de datos de texto completo = full text database.
* catalogación completa = full cataloguing.
* catálogo de obras completas = back catalogue.
* curso a tiempo completo = full-time course.
* de forma completa = in full.
* de página completa = full-page.
* de pantalla completa = full-screen.
* detenerse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
* dominar por completo = sweep + the board.
* edición completa = full edition.
* el + Nombre + más completo = the + Nombre + to end all + Nombre.
* estar al completo = overbook.
* fuego + destruir por completo = fire + gut.
* información de texto completo = full-text information.
* letra cuya impresión en papel no está completa = broken letter.
* nombre completo = full name.
* obras completas = collected works.
* pagar por completo = pay off.
* pantalla de información completa = full information display, full information screen.
* pararse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
* pensión completa = food and board, bed and board, full board, full-board accommodation.
* por completo = fully.
* ser completo = be all inclusive.
* texto completo = full text.
* * *
I
-ta adjetivo
1)
a) (entero) complete

la baraja no está completa — this deck isn't complete

las obras completas de Neruda — the complete works of Neruda

la serie completa — the whole series

b) (total, absoluto) complete, total

por completo — completely

c) (exhaustivo) <explicación> detailed; <obra/diccionario> comprehensive; <tesis/ensayo> thorough
d) <deportista/actor> complete, very versatile
2) (lleno) full

el tren iba completo — the train was full

completo — (en hostal) no vacancies; (en taquilla) sold out

II
masculino (Chi) hot dog (with all the trimmings)
* * *
= complete, comprehensive, entire, exhaustive, full [fuller -comp., fullest -sup.], full-blown, full-bodied, full-featured, full-fledged, full-length, full-scale, full-service, thorough, total, well-rounded, end to end, supine, enriched, all-round, whole, utter, all-inclusive, fully formed, fully featured, the works!, unmitigaged, fully blown.

Ex: The main entry is the complete catalogue record of the document.

Ex: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
Ex: Plainly such representative sections may not be present in many documents, but sometimes an extract from the results, conclusions or recommendations of a document may serve to identify the key issues covered by the entire document.
Ex: The enumeration of isolates should be exhaustive or complete for the subject area.
Ex: Since recall goes up as precision goes down, it is clearly not possible to achieve in general a system which gives full recall at the same time as full precision.
Ex: Reference transactions can range from the ready-reference, or short-answer question, to the full-blown research inquiry to establish methodology.
Ex: By adulthood the child's literary consciousness has grown into a full-bodied appreciation of the work of the great imaginative writers.
Ex: The EPIC service is a full-featured on-line reference system that provides subject access, and keyword and Boolean searching to a variety of databases.
Ex: Once the functional and informal network seeks to widen its influence, it becomes a full-fledged institution.
Ex: Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
Ex: Obviously, staff will have to be instructed in the use of the new system, be it word processing or a full-scale circulation system.
Ex: In other words, they want us to start from scratch and come up with a plan for a full-service center, which might then be used as a model for the other regional centers.
Ex: Timely and thorough planning is essential.
Ex: This situation requires a very skilled information worker if total disaster is to be avoided.
Ex: This has produced the matriarchal system in society on the one hand, and well-rounded libraries organized under the slogan 'Libraries are for wallowing in' on the other.
Ex: Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
Ex: 'I was saying that we shouldn't have a supine acceptance for temporary limitations'.
Ex: Union Catalogues may also decide that they need more enriched records because of specific needs.
Ex: The finest and most influential of these French italics were the work of Robert Granjon, an artist of the stature of his countryman and near-contemporary Garamont and one of the greatest all-round type designers of any period.
Ex: One of them will take instructions and data from a whole roomful of girls armed with simple keyboard punches.
Ex: There is little to be said for this grudging acceptance or utter rejection of pseudonyms.
Ex: It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
Ex: The technology has matured sufficiently that it's now cheap and relatively easy to set up a fully featured repository in quite a short time.
Ex: Whole cities laid to waste, heroes falling in battle, death of gods, the works!.
Ex: Only Bush could take a horrible situation and create an unmitigated disaster.
Ex: This time it's a hairline fracture rather than a fully blown break of a metatarsal, however the result is the same.
* alojamiento en régimen de pensión completa = full-board accommodation.
* a tiempo completo = full-time.
* base de datos completa = full-provision database.
* base de datos de texto completo = full text database.
* catalogación completa = full cataloguing.
* catálogo de obras completas = back catalogue.
* curso a tiempo completo = full-time course.
* de forma completa = in full.
* de página completa = full-page.
* de pantalla completa = full-screen.
* detenerse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
* dominar por completo = sweep + the board.
* edición completa = full edition.
* el + Nombre + más completo = the + Nombre + to end all + Nombre.
* estar al completo = overbook.
* fuego + destruir por completo = fire + gut.
* información de texto completo = full-text information.
* letra cuya impresión en papel no está completa = broken letter.
* nombre completo = full name.
* obras completas = collected works.
* pagar por completo = pay off.
* pantalla de información completa = full information display, full information screen.
* pararse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
* pensión completa = food and board, bed and board, full board, full-board accommodation.
* por completo = fully.
* ser completo = be all inclusive.
* texto completo = full text.

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completo1 -ta
adjective
A
1 (con todas sus partes) complete
esta baraja no está completa this deck isn't complete, there's a card/there are some cards missing from this deck
las obras completas de Neruda the complete works of Neruda
la serie completa the whole series
la gama más completa the fullest o most complete range
2 (total, absoluto) complete, total
no hay felicidad completa there's no such thing as complete happiness
por completo completely
lo olvidé por completo I completely forgot about it, I forgot all about it
3
(exhaustivo): una explicación muy completa a very full o detailed explanation
uno de los diccionarios más completos one of the most comprehensive dictionaries
un trabajo muy completo a very thorough piece of work
4 ‹deportista/actor› complete, very versatile
B (lleno) full
el tren iba completo the train was full
el hotel está completo the hotel is full o fully booked
[ S ] completo (en un hostal) no vacancies; (en una taquilla) sold out
completo2
masculine
(Chi)
hot dog (with all the trimmings)
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Del verbo completar: (conjugate completar)

completo es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

completó es:

3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

Multiple Entries:
completar    
completo
completar (conjugate completar) verbo transitivo
a) (terminar) to finish, complete

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

completo
-ta adjetivo

1
a) (entero) complete;

las obras completas de Neruda the complete works of Neruda

b) (total, absoluto) complete, total;

lo olvidé por completo I completely forgot about it

c) (exhaustivo) ‹explicacióndetailed;

obra/diccionariocomprehensive;
tesis/ensayothorough
d)deportista/actorcomplete, very versatile

2 (lleno) ‹vagón/hotelfull;
(on signs) completo (en hostal) no vacancies;
(en taquilla) sold out
completar verbo transitivo to complete
completo,-a adjetivo
1 (entero, total) complete
2 (lleno) full
3 (versátil) versatile, complete
4 (exhaustivo) comprehensive
♦ Locuciones: al completo, full up o to capacity
por completo, completely
'completo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
absoluta
- absoluto
- acabada
- acabado
- calcinar
- completa
- entera
- entero
- íntegra
- íntegro
- parcial
- plena
- pleno
- radical
- tiempo
- toda
- todo
- alimento
- integral
- trabajar
- trabajo
English:
book up
- clam up
- clean
- collected
- complete
- completely
- dedication
- entirely
- envelop
- forge
- full
- full-time
- groundwork
- outright
- slip
- stranglehold
- strength
- utter
- all
- book
- capacity
- comprehensive
- reversal
- strict
- uncut
* * *
completo, -a
adj
1. [entero] complete;
nombre completo full name;
las obras completas de un autor the complete works of an author;
vino toda la familia al completo the entire family came
2. [lleno] full;
[en cartel] [hotel] no vacancies; [aparcamiento] full; [en taquilla] sold out
el vagón está o [m5]va completo the Br carriage o US car is full;
todos los hoteles de la ciudad están al completo all the hotels in town are full
3. [perfecto] complete;
un deportista muy completo an all-round athlete o Br sportsman;
un espectáculo muy completo a very well-rounded production
4. [rotundo] complete;
un completo silencio complete o total silence;
fue un completo éxito/fracaso it was a complete success/a complete o total failure;
es un completo caballero he's an absolute o the complete gentleman;
es un completo mentiroso he's a complete liar
5. CSur [café, té, chocolate] = served with toast, butter, cakes and pastries
nm
Chile = hot dog with all the trimmings
por completo loc adv
completely;
han desaparecido por completo they have completely disappeared;
se dedica por completo a la música she devotes herself full-time to music
* * *
completo
adj complete; autobús, teatro full;
por completo completely;
al completo whole, entire
* * *
completo, -ta adj
1) : complete
2) : perfect, absolute
3) : full, detailed
completamente adv
* * *
completo adj
1. (entero) complete
las obras completas the complete works
2. (lleno) full
el teatro está completo the theatre is full
por completo completely

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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