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compel to force or drive to do something.
compensate to pay or repay. [2 definitions]
compensation something given in return for or to make up for something else.
compete to try to win or get something that others are also trying to get. [2 definitions]
competent having the skill to do something; capable.
competition the process or act of trying to win. [2 definitions]
competitive having to do with or decided by competition. [2 definitions]
competitor a person, group, or thing that competes.
compile to gather information together to form one written work.
complacent too satisfied with oneself or one's situation.
complain to express pain, sadness, or unhappy feelings about something. [2 definitions]
complaint an act of complaining. [3 definitions]
complement something that goes well with a thing or makes a perfect addition to it. [2 definitions]
complete having all of the necessary parts; whole. [6 definitions]
completely entirely; absolutely.
completion the act or process of finishing or completing. [2 definitions]
complex difficult to understand. [2 definitions]
complexion the natural color and condition of the skin, especially of the face.
complexity the state or condition of being complex or complicated.
complex sentence a sentence made of a main or independent clause and one or more dependent or subordinate clauses. An example of a complex sentence is, "I went to the theater, which was very crowded with people."
complicate to make more difficult to do or understand.