Q: Is complement or compliment correct?

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Complement: Compliment

Compliment is a homonym of complement.

Complement - to complete Sentence: The new study complements the previous report. Compliment - to flatter or praise Sentence: His employer complimented him on his achievement.

Complement.

complement

Marvelous is a compliment. Magnificent is a compliment.

The complement (not compliment) of the probability of event A is 1 minus the probability of A: that is, it is the probability of A not happening or "not-A" happening.The complement (not compliment) of the probability of event A is 1 minus the probability of A: that is, it is the probability of A not happening or "not-A" happening.The complement (not compliment) of the probability of event A is 1 minus the probability of A: that is, it is the probability of A not happening or "not-A" happening.The complement (not compliment) of the probability of event A is 1 minus the probability of A: that is, it is the probability of A not happening or "not-A" happening.

Yes, it is a homophone of compliment.

Complement. (with an 'e' instead of an 'i').

The chromosome compliment of a gametophyte is a sporophyte.

That is a load of rubbish. You may know 1 girl that does not compliment, but most girls do. In your case, it may be that there's nothing to complement.

The word compliment is both a noun and a verb. Example sentences"Noun: The best compliment to my cooking is when they ask for seconds.Verb: Don't forget to compliment the hostess on the party.Not to be confused with complement, a form of the word complete, which is also a noun and a verb:Noun: The best complement for an outfit is the choice of accessories.Verb: A small salad will complement the entree perfectly.

Compliment. A complement is something which goes with something else and enhances it. Butter is a complement to bread. It also means the allocated number of crew for a ship. "The ship had a complement of 150." A compliment, on the other hand, is a nice thing to say, something which flatters another person. The verb means to say something nice and flattering, as "I complimented her on the delicious sushi she served."

It makes you look young.Young is the compliment.

media is a complaint as well as compliment

verb. compliment- " He complimented Mark on his good work ethic." noun. compliment- " Mary left a short compliment on Rick's website."

a noun, adj. or pronoun that serves as a complement to the verb. OC

Depends on what you mean by compliment. If its the compliment to a 90 degree angle it would be 42 degrees.

insult The above answer is WRONG! An insult is an antonym for a COMPLIMENT, but not a complement. Detract or clash are two possible antonyms.

The angle is 50 and its compliment is 40.

It's not clear if you mean "complement" or "compliment". Also, it would depend on what you are complementing (or complimenting).

A complement is a product(s) that you buy together with another product, much like gas an oil compliment a car, computer software and hardware compliment each other.

Compliment = noun, a polite expression of praise, or admirationComplement = noun, something which completes another thing.

The word complement means "something that completes." (That's why it's spelled complement,as opposed to compliment, a favorable comment.) In geometry, the complement is the angle needed to complete a right angle. Thus,90Â° - known quantity = complement

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