In mathematical analysis, a metric space M is complete provided every Cauchy sequence of points in M converges to a point in M.
R^n, the set of n-tuples of real numbers, and l_2, the set of square-summable sequences, are complete.

Q, the set of all rational numbers, is not complete. For example, the sequence
3, 3.1, 3.14, 3.141, 3.1415, 3.14159...
where each term is a further approximation to pi, is Cauchy in Q but does not converge to a rational number.
by Subsequence February 16, 2010
(v) To ejaculate; to cum.
Yeah, I just completed when I saw that, no joke.
by Hizzo February 07, 2006
Add 'complete' to any adjective to make it more forceful, usually in a negative sense.
You are a complete fuck head!

It was a complete disaster.

by sylvy September 24, 2006
Saviours of rock... no - all music as it exists today!
Man - I can't wait till Complete's Hoogie Boogie Land album is released.
by Gatjedi October 11, 2007

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