completion

completion
noun
Beendigung, die; (of building, work) Fertigstellung, die; (of contract) Abschluss, der; (of questionnaire, form) Ausfüllen, das

on completion of the course — nach Abschluss des Kurses

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[-ʃən]
noun (finishing or state of being finished: You will be paid on completion of the work.) die Vollendung
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com·ple·tion
[kəmˈpli:ʃən]
n no pl Fertigstellung f
you'll be paid on \completion of the project die Bezahlung erfolgt nach Abschluss des Projekts
\completion of a conveyance LAW Vertragsabschluss m [bei Eigentumsübertragung]
\completion statement LAW Abschlussrechnung f nach Vertragsabschluss
to near \completion kurz vor dem Abschluss [o vor der Fertigstellung] stehen
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[kəm'pliːSən]
n
1) (= finishing) Fertigstellung f; (of work also) Beendigung f; (of project, course, education) Abschluss m; (of prison sentence) Verbüßung f

to be near completion — kurz vor dem Abschluss stehen

to bring sth to completion — etw zum Abschluss bringen

we need more people for the completion of the work — wir brauchen noch mehr Leute, um die Arbeit zum Abschluss zu bringen

on completion of the course — am Ende or nach Abschluss des Kurses

on completion of the contract/sale — bei Vertrags-/Kaufabschluss

completion date — Fertigstellungstermin m

2) (= making whole) Vervollständigung f; (of education, meal) Abrundung f; (of happiness etc) Vervollkommnung f
3) (= filling in of form etc) Ausfüllen nt
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completion [-ʃn] s
1. Vervollständigung f, Ergänzung f
2. Vollendung f, Beendigung f, Fertigstellung f:
on completion bei Fertigstellung;
bring to completion zum Abschluss bringen;
completion date Fertigstellungstermin m; academic.ru/49293/near">near C 1
3. Erfüllung f (eines Vertrags)
4. Ausfüllen n (eines Formulars)
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noun
Beendigung, die; (of building, work) Fertigstellung, die; (of contract) Abschluss, der; (of questionnaire, form) Ausfüllen, das

on completion of the course — nach Abschluss des Kurses

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n.
Beendigung f.
Ergänzung f.
Fertigstellung f.
Komplettierung f.
Vervollständigung f.
Vollendung f.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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