Complete: adj. having every necessary and/or normal subset(s)
Complete means having all the necessary or essential or normal subsets. You can embellish something complete with add ons or additional parts and complicate it and make a new complete set but this is often an unnecessary procedure and really doesn’t add any utilitarian functionality.
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