See also: incomplète

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Etymology edit

From Middle English incomplete, incompleet, from Late Latin incomplētus, from in- (un-; not) + complētus (complete), equivalent to in- (not) +‎ complete.

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  • IPA(key): /ɪn.kəm.ˈpliːt/
    • (file)
  • Rhymes: -iːt

Adjective edit

incomplete (comparative more incomplete, superlative most incomplete)

  1. Not complete; not finished
    Stefania handed in her writing incomplete.
    an incomplete jigsaw puzzle
    My knowledge on the subject is incomplete.
    He considers that his life would be incomplete if not for his children.
  2. (botany) Of a flower, wanting any of the usual floral organs.

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incomplete (plural incompletes)

  1. Something incomplete.
    1. (Usenet) A multipart file posted to Usenet that is incomplete and thus unusable.
    2. (Internet) A multiplayer game that is abandoned because one player disconnects.
  2. A designation of being incomplete.
    He got four incompletes out of five courses last semester.

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incomplete f pl

  1. feminine plural of incompleto

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  1. vocative masculine singular of incomplētus