In general, an object is complete if nothing needs to be added to it. This notion is made more specific in various fields.
Other articles related to "completed":
... The first person to climb all 14 eight-thousanders was Reinhold Messner, who completed this task on October 16, 1986 ... Phurba Tashi of Nepal has completed the most climbs of the eight-thousanders, with 26 ascents between 1998 and 2011 ... Juanito Oiarzabal has completed the second most, with a total of 25 times from 1985 to 2011 ...
... or 10 days after the presidency falls vacant, and must be completed within 30 days of the beginning of the election ... days of this period, and elections must be completed within the remaining 20 days ... The candidates must be over forty years old and must have completed their higher education ...
... Meredith, was completed in 1960 ... Nearby Lake Holbrook, also completed in 1962, attracts residents and visitors ... Meredith Hall Civic Center, completed in 1977, is used by large and small groups for varied events ...
... In Gonten about 389 or (28.2%) of the population have completed non-mandatory upper secondary education, and 75 or (5.4%) have completed additional higher education (either ... Of the 75 who completed tertiary schooling, 74.7% were Swiss men, 14.7% were Swiss women, 8.0% were non-Swiss men ...
... and Anstey railway station in Brunswick completed in August 2002 ... with a signalled crossing at Bell Street was completed by 2006 by City of Moreland Council and VicRoads ... An extension to Box Forest Road was completed in September 2008 ...
Famous quotes containing the word completed:
“A great biography should, like the close of a great drama, leave behind it a feeling of serenity. We collect into a small bunch the flowers, the few flowers, which brought sweetness into a life, and present it as an offering to an accomplished destiny. It is the dying refrain of a completed song, the final verse of a finished poem.”
—André Maurois (18851967)
“Your letter is come; it came indeed twelve lines ago, but I
could not stop to acknowledge it before, & I am glad it did not
arrive till I had completed my first sentence, because the
sentence had been made since yesterday, & I think forms a very
—Jane Austen (17751817)
“Never is a historic deed already completed when it is done but always only when it is handed down to posterity. What we call history by no means represents the sum total of all significant deeds.... World history ... only comprises that tiny lighted sector which chanced to be placed in the spotlight by poetic or scholarly depictions.”
—Stefan Zweig (18811942)