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Translation of "perfect" - English-French dictionary

perfect

adjective /ˈpəːfikt/
without fault or flaw; excellent
parfait
a perfect day for a holiday a perfect end to the day.
exact
parfait
a perfect copy.
very great; complete
tout à fait
a perfect stranger.
perfection /-ʃən/ noun the state of being perfect
perfection
He wants to achieve absolute perfection with everything he cooks.
perfectionist /-ʃə-/ noun a person who is only satisfied if what he is doing is perfect
perfectionniste
She’s a perfectionist – her work is perfect in every detail.
perfectly adverb without mistakes or flaws
parfaitement
She performed the dance perfectly.
very; completely
parfaitement
He was perfectly happy.
(Definition of perfect from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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