a word or phrase used to complete a grammatical construction
either of two parts that mutually complete each other
one of a series of enzymes in the blood serum that are part of the immune response
something added to complete or make perfect;
"a fine wine is a perfect complement to the dinner"
number needed to make up whole force;
"a full complement of workers"
a complete number or quantity;
"a full complement"
make complete or perfect; supply what is wanting or form the complement to;
"I need some pepper to complement the sweet touch in the soup"
complement graphIn graph theory, the complement or inverse of a graph G is a graph H on the same vertices such that two vertices of H are adjacent if and only if they are not adjacent in G. That is, to generate the complement of a graph, one fills in all the missing edges required to form a complete graph, and removes all the edges that were previously there.
complement representation[計] 補碼表示
algebraic complement[數] 代數余子式；代數補余
complement fixation[免疫] 補體結合
the who stockpile is meant to complement other measures of international and national preparedness, including any national stockpiles.
the rational and the irrational complement each other. individually, they are far less powerful.
each ship had a complement of around a dozen officers and 250 men.
you should know enough about the company「s style to know that your management style will complement it.
a rider to the act sketched out an ambition to complement the single market with a single currency.
if your string is a 10-character phone number or 16-character credit card number, chances are most records have the full complement of characters, so it may be ok to serialize them all.
political knowledge is a necessary complement to science in approaching solutions to these problems.
a code of ethics is a complement for existing company policies and procedures, not a replacement for them.
it sounds like you」re discussing the lectures and the readings and you「re really not.the section discussions are a complement to the lectures.
then, to decide which moves are blocked by black」s own pieces, you take a bitboard of all of black「s pieces, take the complement (the not operator) and then and it to your knights」 moves bitboard.
the system has been employed for years by producers as a way to complement their main source of income.
the strength of the new approach is that its engineering and institutional innovations complement and reinforce each other.
for the time being, these still have the full complement of anti-wear additives.
the aim of this section is to consolidate and complement the earlier discussions.
「what we would be doing is bringing in a different kind, with a different type of expertise to complement what they are doing,」 she said.
nutmeg, parsley and cider all complement the flavour of these beans well.
if you have to use complicated terms, complement them with an easy to understand example of what you mean.
i「ll also point out ways that antipatterns can complement your design pattern study.
he argued that they mostly complement rather than compete with domestic workers, and that they are less likely to commit crimes than the native population.
they also say that semantic technologies do not offer a substitute for current practices, rather a complement to them and that web engineers need not abandon experience but should build on it.
and although schemas provide some error handling, it is useful to complement them in the application.
not every product launch requires the full complement of collateral and investment as described above.
the green wall-paper is the perfect complement to the old pine of the dresser.
there are heavy regulations in the agricultural and retail sectors against large firms, which complement the weak welfare state by preserving small shops and farms.
rice makes an excellent complement to a curry dish.
the high performer understands how his contributions compare to those made by his teammates, so he can complement and complete the team.
while tag lines can help with discerning the purpose, the design can complement and reinforce that message.
all of these agencies and people either complement or facilitate our work, or express the health needs of populations.
in other words, a good way to complement your learning of a statistical test or procedure is to implement that procedure as an algorithm.
the new topologies both complement and extend the base and deployment manager topologies by creating a new flexible management capability.
we」ve taken on our full complement of new trainees.
a complement to the obfuscation and total timing measurements is a precision between keystrokes requirement.
our intention is not to replace the documentation and tutorials in the help system of the workbench but to complement those instructions with additional helpful tips.
they oppose each other also complement each other.
the two suggestions complement each other.
two discussions from different points of view may complement each other.
each model can be implemented independent of the other, but together they complement each other nicely to help secure data at rest and data in transit throughout a network.