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Definition of "full complement" [full complement]

  • Number needed to make up a whole force (noun)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "full complement" in a sentence
  • "With the exception of tektin, there are homologs in the three genomes for all previously identified structural components as well as a full complement of flagellar motors and both complex A and complex B of the intraflagellar transport system…."
  • "By 1915, the full complement of Ford assembly technology and techniques was in place at Trafford Park."
  • "By mid-March, the winter fog had lifted and VF-51 had a full complement of aircraft allowing each pilot to fly between five and seven hops per week, periodically maintaining their instrument proficiency by flying “under the hood” in old twin-engine Beechcraft SNB trainers."