a set of supplementary pieces that completes a set of dishes, as creamer, sugar bowl, platter, gravy boat, and vegetable dish.
- Complete street
noun any roadway having a bike lane, sidewalk, and room for mass transit Examples Pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists and bus riders of all ages and abilities are able to safely move along and across a complete street.
- Complete theory
logic An abstract logical theory in which all true statements have formal proofs within the theory. (1998-07-05)
- Complete transduction
complete transduction n. Transduction in which the transferred genetic fragment is fully integrated in the genome of the recipient bacterium.
- Complete unification
programming W.P. Weijland’s name for unification without occur check. (1996-01-11)