The airline has stopped serving _____ meals on its flights.
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- Added: October 2004
Christ! A compliment is: You've got nice eyes.
A complement is something given as an extra. 76.12% of people should check their dictinaries!
Alex, maybe you should check the dictionary. The majority are right here.
I wanna get complimentary ticket^^
co,plimantary : Given free to repay a favor or as an act of courtesy: complimentary copies of the new book whereas
complementary :acting as or providing a complement (something that completes the whole) [syn: complemental, completing]
So the majority is right here!
As far as I know 'complimentary' means 'saying nice things about someone or something. Nevertheless sometimes it means 'free of charge' (All guests recieved a complimentary bottle of champagne.
Meantime 'complementary' means 'additional'