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impeccable

adjective uk   us   /ɪmˈpek.ə.bl̩/
perfect, with no problems or bad parts: impeccable taste/manners/credentials His English is impeccable.
impeccably
adverb uk   us   /-bli/
She was impeccably dressed.
Translations of “impeccable”
in Arabic مَعصوم, مُنزّه…
in Korean 완벽한…
in Malaysian tiada cacat cela…
in Turkish mükemmel, kusursuz, hatasız…
in Italian impeccabile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完美的,無可挑剔的…
in Russian безупречный…
in Polish nienaganny…
in Vietnamese hoàn hảo…
in Spanish impecable, perfecto…
in Portuguese impecável…
in Thai ไม่มีที่ติ…
in Catalan impecable…
in Japanese 非の打ちどころのない…
in Indonesian sempurna…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完美的,无可挑剔的…
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