滿有趣的解釋，除了 complete 和 finish 之外，還有 done 也很常用。
電影 《征服情海》（Jerry Maguire,1996） 裡的經典台詞
You complete me ， 是妳讓我變得完整
- Less is more，擁有的愈少愈快樂。
having all the necessary or appropriate parts.
ex: a complete list of courses offered by the college
(often used for emphasis) to the greatest extent or degree; total.
ex: a complete ban on smoking
同義詞: absolute, out-and-out, utter, total, real, downright, thoroughgoing, veritable, prize, perfect, unqualified, unmitigated, sheer, arrant, full-out
finish making or doing.
ex: he completed his Ph.D. in 1983
同義詞: finished, ended, concluded, completed, finalized, accomplished, achieved, discharged, settled, done, wrapped up, sewn up, polished off; finish, end, conclude, finalize, wind up, wrap up, sew up, polish off
make (something) whole or perfect.
ex: he only needed one thing to complete his happiness
同義詞: finish off, round off, top off, crown, cap, complement
an end or final part or stage of something.
ex: a bowl of raspberries was the perfect finish to the meal
同義詞: end, ending, completion, conclusion, close, closing, cessation, termination, final part/stage, finale, denouement, sewing up, polishing off
the manner in which the manufacture of an article is completed in detail.
ex: wide variation in specification and finish
bring (a task or activity) to an end; complete.
ex: they were straining to finish the job
同義詞: complete, end, conclude, stop, cease, terminate, bring to a conclusion/end/close, wind up, crown, cap, round off, put the finishing touches to, accomplish, discharge, carry out, do, get done, fulfill, wrap up, sew up, polish off
complete the manufacture or decoration of (a material, object, or place) by giving it an attractive surface appearance.
ex: the interior was finished with V-jointed American oak
同義詞: varnish, lacquer, veneer, coat, stain, wax, shellac, enamel, glaze
(of food) cooked thoroughly.
ex: the turkey will be done soon
同義詞: cooked (through), ready
ex: therapy was not the done thing then
同義詞: proper, seemly, decent, respectable, right, correct, in order, fitting, appropriate, acceptable, the done thing
used as a nonstandard past tense of do 1.
ex: I done a lot of rodeoin’