a glass or bottle of beer measuring 625 ml. contrasted with a pint which is typically 500 ml.

the word is from the french equivalent of 'complete' indicating that a 625 ml bottle of beer is just the right amount for a summers day and will leave you slightly more satisfied than just a pint.

pronounced KOHM-PLEH, as in french.
a good old complet of pabst by the river won't leave me heavy-handed nor empty.

we can get more bang for our buck buying a complet instead of a pint.
作者 uglyfriends 2013年2月17日

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