Completing [verb]

Definition of Completing:

carry out action

Opposite/Antonyms of Completing:

Sentence/Example of Completing:

Raffensperger said he expects certification to be completed later Friday.

She completed the final volume of the British Empire trilogy and continued to wander the globe, writing for Rolling Stone and other publications.

An AI that completes quests in a text-based adventure game by talking to the characters has learned not only how to do things, but how to get others to do things.

Maybe the season will be completed, in some form or another.

He credits it with sparking his interest in astronomy, and he had hoped to come back to Puerto Rico to work at Arecibo after completing his Ph.

Within five weeks, his theory of special relativity was complete.

Last year’s Heisman winner, Burrow has completed 65 percent of his passes for 2,485 yards, 12 touchdowns and five interceptions for the Cincinnati Bengals.

With around 25 ventilators in India, a startup called Inali did a complete engineering simulation and prototyping of a new ventilator in eight days.

Bancel said at the rate cases are piling up Moderna should get the final 151 cases by the end of the month, allowing it to complete a final analysis and file for emergency use authorization.

Henry worked steadily in the hot sun, completing row after row of carrots, parsnips, and onions.