A real definition is an explanation of a term that is actually used by multiple sources. Did you examine more than one source for each of the terms you used to build the definition?
A definition that makes sense must be easily and clearly understood by many people.
A complete definition is a full and thorough explanation of a term that leaves nothing out. A complete definition does not rely on tables, paragraphs, documents, or any other text. If the definition from an AD relies on references to any other section of the document or another document, it is not complete.