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كَامِل \ absolute: without limit; complete: the absolute truth; absolute rule over a country. clear: complete: a clear month. complete: whole; having all its parts: That is a complete collection of the works of Shakespeare, in every way; nothing else but He is a complete stranger to me. Our product was a complete failure. dead: (in special uses, as adj or adv) sudden; suddenly; complete; completely; exactly: He came to a dead stop. He stopped dead in the middle of the road. There was dead silence in the room. entire: whole; complete: I spent the entire morning cleaning the house. exclusive: whole; only: We have the exclusive right to publish that book. This shop deals exclusively with women’s clothes. full: complete: a full moon; a full description; full marks in an exam. good: thorough: He gave me a good beating. perfect: complete: He’s perfect stranger. thorough: (in a bad sense, with nouns like mess, nuisance) complete. carefully done:: a thorough preparation. total: complete: total destruction. whole: complete; unbroken: He spent the whole day (all the day) in bed. He swallowed it whole (in one piece). whole-hearted: full, unlimited, eager and willing: His plan had their whole-hearted support. \ See Also مطلق (مُطْلَق)، تام (تامّ)، شامل (شامِل)، غَيْر محدود، صادق (صادِق)، مخلص (مُخْلِص)‏

Arabic-English glossary. 2015.

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