Definition of complete with in English:

complete with

phrase

  • Having something as an additional part or feature.

    ‘the detachable keyboard comes complete with numeric keypad’
    • ‘Get other family members to help write the family tree, complete with your new addition.’
    • ‘Once inside a staircase, complete with threadbare carpet, leads to a landing.’
    • ‘Its Bob the Builder series has been sold around the world complete with merchandising and even a hit single.’
    • ‘The castle also comes complete with a granny flat and a two-bedroomed lodge.’
    • ‘We are getting a small room built in the loft for Philipp, complete with a spiral staircase and two loft windows.’
    • ‘It looks like a little pink chicken embryo to me, complete with a curled up look.’
    • ‘Her predecessor had apparently turned her office into a cosy front room, complete with a fireplace.’
    • ‘The most impressive of the lot would be that of a bird in flight, complete with drops frozen in air.’
    • ‘For there, high on a ledge in a dusty corner of the upstairs room, was a kestrels' nest complete with five eggs.’
    • ‘But then a red bill turned up complete with readings claiming to have been taken from her meter.’