# Definition of Complement. Meaning of Complement. Synonyms of Complement

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## Definition of Complement

Complement
Complement Com"ple*ment, v. t. 1. To supply a lack; to supplement. [R.] 2. To compliment. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor.

## Meaning of Complement from wikipedia

- Look up complement or complementary in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Complement may refer to: Complement (music), an interval that, when added to another...
- The complement system, also known as complement cascade, is a part of the humoral, innate immune system and enhances (complements) the ability of antibodies...
- Two's complement is the most common method of representing signed (positive, negative, and zero) integers on computers, and more generally, fixed point...
- In linguistics (especially generative grammar), a complementizer or complementiser (glossing abbreviation: comp) is a functional category (part of speech)...
- The ones' complement of a binary number is the value obtained by inverting (flipping) all the bits in the binary representation of the number. The name...
- In set theory, the complement of a set A, often denoted by A ∁ {\displaystyle A^{\complement }} (or A′), is the set of elements not in A. When all elements...
- The Schur complement of a block matrix, encountered in linear algebra and the theory of matrices, is defined as follows. Suppose p, q are nonnegative integers...
- In mathematics and computing, the method of complements is a technique to encode a symmetric range of positive and negative integers in a way that they...
- Complementors are businesses that directly sell a product (or products) or service (or services) that complement the product or service of another company...
- mathematical fields of linear algebra and functional analysis, the orthogonal complement of a subspace W {\displaystyle W} of a vector space V {\displaystyle V}...