Completo is a spanish word which means….Full. No more room.

“You can’t get on this bus, mate. It’s completo”.

Which is clearly related to the English word “Complete”. But the English word is commonly used in a different way. It alludes to a sense of accomplishment.

”I’ve finished what I was doing. It’s completed”.

In either language though, it’s time for a new direction:

-Kill some time and wait for the next bus perhaps?
- Go home?
-Start the new project?
-Hang around, feeling lost?

The decision has been made for us. But we still have to decide.

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