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word-perfect

adjective uk   /ˌwɜːdˈpɜː.fɪkt/  us   /ˌwɝːdˈpɜːr.fɪkt / UK (US letter-perfect)
used to refer to words produced without any mistakes, or a person who is able to repeat a particular text from memory without making any mistakes: His mother rehearsed his lines with him and by the time the play opened he was word-perfect. "Your German was word-perfect," Franz said. a word-perfect rendition/recitation
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