(comes) complete with


1. included with sth






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the car/house comes complete with sunroof/furniture/swimming pool

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When something comes 'complete with' something else it usually signifies that it is part of a package deal or that two things cannot be separated from each other easily. "This house comes complete with a fully furnished kitchen." "This outfit comes complete with matching accessories." "The toy comes complete with batteries."  This expression is often used to advertise additional extras or items that are associated with a product that come as a set.

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  1. The new car came complete with alloy wheels and a sunroof.
  2. The house comes complete with a swimming pool and sauna.

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  1. Our package comes complete with 24-hour support in a number of languages.
  2. Employment with our company comes complete with a number of perks including an on-site gym and comprehensive health plan.

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additional extras

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