Romanian English Dictionary

limba română - English

complet in English:

1. completely


If you raise an eyebrow, it can mean "I want to have sex with you", but also "I find that what you just said is completely idiotic."
Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.
completely different
Insurance makes us remember that the world we live in isn't completely safe; we might fall ill, face danger or encounter the unexpected.
Completely surrounded by our troops, the enemy finally surrendered to us.
The boxing match was completely one-sided, one pug was so badly mauled that his manager had to throw in the sponge.
For things that have had contents with volatile oil like thinners they should be left for a few days to completely evaporate it before being disposed of as non-flammable waste.
These two have completely different patterning but no difference is seen in their internal morphology so it seems that they are considered the same.
Nowhere but in the world of the antique is it more obvious that many of the things that we, as individuals hold dear, are completely arbitrary.
People often laud Christopher Columbus for all the lands that he discovered, but most are completely unaware of his numerous under-the-sea discoveries.
The musical instruments and parts are completely professional quality! And yet the prices are lower than anywhere!
He's completely convinced of his own greatness but to the people around him he's just a selfish jerk.
When investigating the pH (acidic, neutral, alkaline) of a liquid, don't soak the litmus paper completely in the liquid but just put the end of the paper in it.
Every Tatoeba sentence should be commented and its translation discussed, unless it's completely obvious.
I kept saying "Let's stop" but she drained cup after cup of wine -- and now, as you can see, she's completely drunk.