[+project, task, building] achèvement m
→ Autumn will see the completion of Nick Grimshaw's £22.5m Bath Spa project
→ Since the Wivenhoe Dam's completion in the mid-1980s, it has provided significant protection against flooding of the Brisbane River
→ The Scottish Executive revealed news of the report's completion on their website late on Friday
to be nearing completion être presque terminé (e)
to be due for completion devoir être terminé (e)
→ The house was due for completion in 1983.
[+sale, deal] réalisation f → These conflicts delayed the completion of the sale for almost a year → two of the world's largest industrial-cleaning companies will tomorrow announce the completion of their merger → the completion of the sale is handled by a notary on completion of contract à la signature du contrat → Negotiations can drag on for many months before completion of the sale. →
[+house sale] date f d'exécution du contrat
→ The repairs must be made before the completion date.
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