The Chinese word 完全 means “completely” or “entirely”. It is commonly used to describe a situation or action that is done thoroughly or without any omissions. For example, if someone says “我完全同意”, it means “I completely agree”. Another example would be “他完全没有听懂”, which means “He didn’t understand it at all”. Overall, 完全 is a versatile word that can be used in a variety of contexts to convey a sense of completeness or totality.
Adjective: complete, whole, entire
|他完全不懂中文||tā wánquán bù dǒng zhōngwén||He doesn’t understand Chinese at all|
|这个计划完全失败了||zhège jìhuà wánquán shībài le||This plan has completely failed|
|她完全没有考虑后果||tā wánquán méiyǒu kǎolǜ hòuguǒ||She didn’t consider the consequences at all|
|这个问题完全可以解决||zhège wèntí wánquán kěyǐ jiějué||This problem can be completely solved|
|我完全同意你的观点||wǒ wánquán tóngyì nǐ de guāndiǎn||I completely agree with your point of view|
|他完全没有意识到自己的错误||tā wánquán méiyǒu yìshí dào zìjǐ de cuòwù||He didn’t realize his mistake at all|
|这个地方完全没有人||zhège dìfāng wánquán méiyǒu rén||There is no one at all in this place|
|这个方案完全可行||zhège fāng’àn wánquán kěxíng||This plan is completely feasible|
完全 is part of HSK Level 4 in HSK 2.0. In the newer HSK 3.0 it is part of HSK Level 2.