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Multiple Meanings
complement

A fine wine is a perfect complement to the dinner.
add to something to make it better or complete

or more rarely:

a quantity of something that is considered complete

A comprehensive dictionary will have more specialized definitions of complement.

Do not confuse compliment (to say something nice about someone) with this word.
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