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Verb

Plain form (yanzu)
complete

3rd-person singular (ana cikin yi)
completes

Past tense (ya wuce)
completed

Past participle (ya wuce)
completed

Present participle (ana cikin yi)
completing

  1. (transitive) To finish; to reach the end. <> gama, ƙare, kammala
    He completed the assignment on time.
    She completed the race in 12 minutes
  2. (transitive) To make whole or entire. <> cika, cikasa
    The last chapter completes the book nicely.
    Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and [ wants ] for you to complete the period <> Allah Yana nufin sauƙi gare ku, kuma ba Ya nufin tsanani gare ku, kuma dõmin ku cika adadin = ALLAH na so Ya sauƙaƙa muku, ba ƙunci ba, don ku cika takalifi --Qur'an 2:185

Adjective

Positive
complete

Comparative
more complete

Superlative
most complete

  1. With everything included; entire, total. <> cikakke
    I want a complete explanation of what happened. <> Ina son cikakken bayanin abin da ya faru.
    It was a complete shock when he turned up on my doorstep.
    The complete works of an author includes everything the author has written.

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