Q: complete swiss-knife とはどういう意味ですか?
A: 「万能のツール」という意味合いの比喩表現です。
A swiss knife (or Swiss army knife) has a bottle opener, pliers, a saw blade, a pair of scissors, a screwdriver, and a lot of other things. You can carry it around and use it for most things in your life.
Q: complete against and complete with とはどういう意味ですか?
A: compete against = you are competing against someone/something that has a goal that is OPPOSITE to your goal. For example, in sports, teams compete against one another.

compete with = you are competing with someone/something, but not in opposition, it is more of a challenge. For example, if you have two runners in a race, they compete with the other person for the best time. Their goal and your goal are the same, to win the race. They are not trying to prevent you from running etc... This can also be used in a way where you "compete with yourself" to do better at something. If you are a runner, when you practice you compete with yourself to improve your time faster than you did before this point.
Q: you complete me とはどういう意味ですか?
A: I'm not whole without you. With you, I am whole. With you, I am complete. You have brought my world together. You are my missing piece.

It's a sign of affection. To show they are romantic with them.


Q: complete
A: Some examples: You have to complete the puzzle (= to finish).
The teacher gave the students a complete list of the books they had to read during the holidays (= necessary)
Sometimes, “complete” can also mean “absolute” or “finished” (if used as an adjective).
Q: complete を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: it's impossible to complete all this in an hour

it was a complete mess

the homework was half complete

Q: complete を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: you complete me- em hoàn thành anh

I completed my test- Tôi đã hoàn thành bài kiểm tra của tôi (thì quá khứ)

the puzzle is complete- câu đố hoàn tất (Tôi xin nghĩ, tôi không biết tiếng việt nhiều)
Q: complete を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: If you don't complete the test you likely won't pass.

His tasks at work were complete so he went home for the day.
Q: complete を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I completed school last year
I completed my homework tasks that the teacher assigned
I only complete one school term when I'm supposed to complete three
I'm in total complete shock
This isn't a complete sentence
Was she a complete fool?


Q: to complete と to finish はどう違いますか?
A: To finish is to go through till the end, or to stop. It does not necessarily mean that what should have been done was done once you finished or that every step was followed.
Complete is to fulfill every required step and what should have been done was done.

“I finished work for today”, I stopped working for today.
“I completed work for today”, everything that was required to be done today was done.

“I completed the race”, I did everything in it and reached the end line.
“I finished the race”, I reached the end line.

“I am complete” (personal description), everything that should be part of me is there.
“I am finished” (personal description), I have reached the end.
Q: complete と finish はどう違いますか?
A: They are very similar. For instance you can say both “did you finish your homework” and “did you complete your homework”.
Complete is maybe a bit more formal.
Also in a race there is a finish line, not a complete line.
Q: complete と conclude はどう違いますか?
A: Complete: to finish a something such as a task, homework, painting etc.

Please complete this homework first before watching tv.

I will complete the painting by this Friday.

1). End a meeting or an event.
The meeting concluded with great success!

2). To close a deal or agreement:
After studying the market carefully, I can conclude that this is the best investment product for you.
Q: complete と finish はどう違いますか?
A: They both mean the same thing.
Q: complete と finish はどう違いますか?
A: There's not much of a difference. "Complete" is a bit more formal than "finish" so you'll see it used in scholarly papers and newspapers, etc., more.
ex. The project has complete its design phase.
ex. I finished my homework.

Most of the time the two words are interchangeable. Even in the two sentences above you can replace one with the other, it's just more likely that, say, a child will say "finished" rather than "completed" for his homework.


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Q: Can you complete this for me please?
A: are satisfied with
interested in
scared of?
like/similar to
irritated by
Q: How can I complete it?
A: 1-aren't
2- your
6- isn't
Q: Who here completed writting? この表現は自然ですか?
A: Who here has completed writing?
Q: All completed. Thank you この表現は自然ですか?
A: "I'm all done."