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Definition of "completion" []

  • The act of completing or the state of being completed. (noun)
  • Football A forward pass that is caught in bounds by a receiver. (noun)
  • (in Britain) the date on which the sale of a piece of property is final (noun)

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Use "completion" in a sentence
  • "And if there is a way for someone to be logged into their Google account from an application then the label completion could extend to even application implementations of Oplop."
  • "Comcast and GE said they will make no other announcements about structure or personnel until the timing of the deal's completion is certain."
  • "In the traditions of coin collecting in the U.S., completion is a value of a high order."