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Complete

In the context of general equities, to fill an order.

Complete

1. See: Fill.

2. To finish a project. For example, one completes a construction project when all buildings are finished and there is no further work to do. See also: Physical completion.
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This aspect codes events in which the perspective focus is on the end of the event, k is a combination of completive aspectual marker -lak with any categories of tense: past and non-past.
This winning combination is what gives CardPak its completive edge,” said John Souza, VP of strategic development, CardPak.
We are fortunate to have each of them in our communities and grateful for their efforts to create opportunities that assist people with disabilities in obtaining completive employment.
The following abbreviations are used in the glosses: ABL ablative, ABS absolutive, ACC accusative, AOR aorist, ASSERT assertion, A:DCL affirmative declarative, COMP complementizer, COP copula, DAT dative, EMPH emphatic, ERG ergative, F future, FREQ frequentative, INF infinitive, IPF imperfective, IRR irrealis, KINPOSS kin possessive, LOC locative, NEG negative, NOM nominative, OPT optative, PC past completive, PER periphrasis form, PF perfective, PL plural, POSS possessive, PRF perfect, PROP proprietive, PST past, PTP participle, PURP purposive, QUOT quotation, SBST substantivizer, SG singular, SRSS superessive, and SUG suggestive.
The two teams will be playing for the Sports Argus " Arctic Cup" donated by editor Ian Johnson to give the game an extra completive edge and to recognise their enterprise.
security market is the place where the big names play, today's contract means that AhnLab is qualified enough to compete in such a highly completive market", he continued.
Introduction Mobile financial & promotional organization tools Demographic analysis Table 8-1: Use of Mobile Financial and Promotional Organization Tools, by Demographic, 2014 Mobile shopping tools Demographic analysis Table 8-2: Use of Mobile Shopping Tools, by Demographic, 2014 Chapter 9: Canadian Mobile Payments Strategies: Card Associations Summary analysis Interac MasterCard Visa Interac Non-profit status a boon and a bane Going corporate Stranglehold on debit transactions Completive angle: very low fees Products and services Interac Online Interac e-Transfer Interac Flash Debit in the mobile mix (barely)
Audi holds the longest running monthly record sales streak in the premium car market according to a completive sales report from MotorIntelligence.
8220;Getting certified enables you to compete for significant contracts in a limited, completive environment,” said Wilcox.
Aspetti sintattici e semantici delle frasi completive in greco antico.
For example, sentence (33) repeated here as (52), may be understood as performing a completive function of identificational focus when used as a response to a wh-question like (53) below: (15)
This is one of three syntactic relationships (for which see Goldenberg 1987, where the general linguistic literature treating these relationships is adduced), which are: 1) the predicative relationship (= nexus), found between any theme and rheme and symbolized by the nominative (marking the theme and the nominal rheme); 2) the attributive relationship, as found in annexation, symbolized by the genitive case; and 3) the completive relationship, found between the nexus and the object or adverb and symbolized by the accusative case (marking both adverbials and objects).