Complete and Close

Complete

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Complete verb – To bring (an event) to a natural or appropriate stopping point.
Usage example: the well-attended concert completed a great weekend of arts and entertainment events

Close is a synonym for complete in finish topic. In some cases you can use "Close" instead the word "Complete" as a verb or an adjective or a noun, when it comes to topics like start, stop, conclude, bring to an end.
Nearby Words: completely, completed, complement, completion, completeness
Synonyms for Complete

Close

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Close verb – To bring (an event) to a natural or appropriate stopping point.
Usage example: we'll close the assembly with the singing of our national anthem

Complete is a synonym for close in activity topic. You can use "Complete" instead the word "Close" as a verb or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as finish, end, start, stop.
Nearby Words: closed, closeness, closing, closely, closure
Synonyms for Close

Things that words describes

example complete example close example
battle complete battle close battle

Common collocations

time complete time close time
circuit complete circuit close circuit
loop complete loop close loop
album complete album close album
Other nouns: fight, times.
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