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Widescreen

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rating, television, letterbox, art-house, on-air, live, radio, black-and-white, indie, color, documentary, noir, programming, 3-D, feature-length, animated, televisual, on-screen, continuity, split-screen.
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complete
Definition:
Free from deficiency; perfect; entire; finished.
To fill up; perfect; finish.
Synonyms:
last (adjective)
closing, finishing, last, concluding, capping, final, ending, terminating, culminating, exiting, terminal.
complete (verb)
conclude, terminate, execute, end, integrate, culminate, finalize, finish, fulfill, fill, unify, close, consummate, achieve, arrive, accomplish, graduate.
complete (adjective)
unified, final, exhaustive, thorough, through, done, integral, accomplished, uncut, intact, unsevered, finished, sum, total, plenary, unabridged, conclusive, solid, entire, comprehensive, all, undivided, full, whole, universal, collective.
perfect (verb)
consummate, perfect.
perfect (adjective)
taintless, consummate, flawless, unspoiled, impeccable, perfect, letter-perfect, ultimate, faultless, acme.
united (adjective)
undivided, fundamental, entire, monolithic, pure, congruous, intact, atomic, single, indivisible, uniform, holistic, irreducible, same, integral, simple, congruent, integrated, elemental, coincident, coherent, solid, homogeneous, united, unified, cohesive.
entire (adjective)
tally, total, full, all-inclusive, holistic, gross, sweeping, comprehensive, exhaustive, full-scale, conclusive, full-fledged, sum, all, entire, all-embracing, whole, mass, global, full-grown.
unify (verb)
simplify, homogenize, cohere, integrate, coincide, unify, embody, purify.
end (verb)
stop, terminate, decease, cease, finish, finalize, pass on, checkmate, culminate, exit, close, die, pass away, accomplish, conclude, cap, wrap up, halt, expire, end.
absolute (adjective)
unequivocal, undeniable, supreme, conclusive, certain, perfect, unmitigated, unqualified, definite, sure, utter, absolute, consummate, categorical, unrestricted, positive, indubitable, unconditional.
Other synonyms:
good, inclusive, dead, drop, all-out, empty, get along, polish off, effect, date, carry out, muster out, expel, unbroken, fair, completely, profound, hearty, fatten, educated, arrest, precise, screw, collar, get by, sleep with, overall, have a go at it, terminated, blast, skilled, hit, smash, broad-gauge, at an end, call it a day/night, lie with, backdate, uncensored, down, mission accomplished, Midland, flat, eject, acquit, have it away, altogether, cotton-picking, bodacious, wholesale, master, pass with flying colors, write out, fill in, virtuoso, sub, unabbreviated, perpetrate, replete, deadly, sound, plump, realize, professed, out-and-out, come, do, nail, omnibus, compendious, pick out, send off, tell apart, fire, get it on, finish with, clean, caption, embracive, part, right-down, round, dispatch, round out, plumb, concluded, recognize, exonerate, free, full-clad, effected, unlimited, hump, experienced, grapple, double-dyed, realised, thoroughpaced, blooming, sweep through, adept, wind up, sleep together, cope, distinguish, crack, panoramic, fulfil, unreserved, compleat, sheer, straight-out, intensive, clean, discern, limited, remove, apprehend, ended, damned, know, fare, flesh out, exculpate, careful, plump out, cyclopedic, regular, up, land up, have it off, assoil, issue, contend, unrelieved, shade, all-or-nothing, stone, transact, all-in, exhausted, particular, despatch, big, drop off, have sex, practiced, the sum total, crashing, end up, murder, fat, stark, stand in, carry through, skillful, love, bed, grand, enshrine, unbounded, peg, veteran, anymore, pick up, stand-alone, exhaust, over with, arrant, established, eke out, set down, cut, put down, downright, commit, bang, rank, expert, completed, discharge, neck, realized, unimpaired, eff, address, roll in the hay, pinpoint, cover-all, perfectly, everything, damn, sail through, blank, bring about, pad, recognise, off, especially, get through, fatten up, deal, staring, work out, finish up, do it, flat-out, slay, have intercourse, over, nail down, be intimate, fatten out, crackerjack, unload, enter, make out, fleshed out, full-dress, bring to pass, spot, annotate, versed, actualize, unalloyed, cop, allover, eat up, jazz, full-blown, compleat, literally, manage, fetch up, great, go off, fill out, very, unexpurgated, plain, unadulterated, get laid, breeze through, release, bonk, nab, dreadful, all over, everlasting, outright, make do, come to, masterly, clear, perform, substitute, make love, boom, bump off, thoroughgoing, masterful, ace, self-contained, in-depth, sodding, past.
Examples of usage:
  1. The other was so complete. - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
  2. It will be complete then- my Rose of joy will be here to crown it." - "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906", Lucy Maud Montgomery.
  3. Heaven gives a man complete genius or genius at all. no - "Musicians of To-Day", Romain Rolland Commentator: Claude Landi.

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