completion

completion
-ʃən
noun (finishing or state of being finished: You will be paid on completion of the work.) finalización
completion
tr[kəm'pliːʃən]
noun
1 (act, state) finalización nombre femenino, terminación nombre femenino
the hotel is nearing completion falta poco para acabar el hotel
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
on completion en cuanto se termine
to bring something to completion terminar algo
completion [kəm'pli:ʃən] n
: finalización f, cumplimiento m
completion
n.
acabamiento s.m.
complemento s.m.
consumación s.f.
cumplimiento s.m.
finalización s.f.
perfección s.f.
realización s.f.
terminación s.f.
kəm'pliːʃən
mass noun finalización f, terminación f

to bring something to completion — terminar algo, llevar algo a término (frml)

the building is nearing completion — falta poco para terminar el edificio

[kǝm'pliːʃǝn]
1.
N finalización f , terminación f , conclusión f

to be nearing completion — estar a punto de finalizarse or terminarse or concluirse, estar llegando a su finalización or conclusión

on completion of contract — cuando se cumpla el contrato

2.
CPD

completion date N — (Jur) (for work) fecha f de cumplimiento; (in house-buying) fecha de entrega (de llaves)

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[kəm'pliːʃən]
mass noun finalización f, terminación f

to bring something to completion — terminar algo, llevar algo a término (frml)

the building is nearing completion — falta poco para terminar el edificio


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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