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Japanese translation of “perfect”

perfect

adjective
 
/ˈpɜː·fɪkt/
A2 without fault, or the best possible
非の打ちどころのない , 申し分のない
a perfect day He was the perfect father.
complete and correct in every way
完ぺき, 完全な
It was a perfect copy of my signature. She got a perfect score on the test.
exactly right for someone or something
最適な , ぴったりな , まさにうってつけの
You’d be perfect for the job.
(Definition of perfect adjective from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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