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Translation of "ideal" - English-Spanish dictionary

ideal

adjective   /aɪˈdɪəl/
perfect, or the best possible idóneo She is the ideal person for the job.
(Definition of ideal from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ideal

adjective /aiˈdiəl/
perfect ideal This tool is ideal for the job I have in mind.
idealist noun
a person having (too) high ideals of behaviour/behavior etc. idealista
idealism noun
idealismo religious idealism.
idealistic /aidiə-/ adjective
idealista an idealistic view of life.
idealize verb ( (also idealiseBritish))
to regard as perfect idealizar Children tend to idealize their parents.
idealization noun ( (also idealisationBritish))
idealización
ideally adverb
perfectly perfectamente He is ideally suited to this job.
under perfect conditions idealmente; en el mejor de los casos Ideally, we should check this again, but we haven’t enough time.
(Definition of ideal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “ideal”
in Korean 이상적인…
in Arabic مِثالي…
in Malaysian sempurna…
in French idéal…
in Russian идеальный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完美的, 理想的…
in Italian ideale…
in Turkish uygun, mükemmel, ideal…
in Polish idealny…
in Vietnamese lý tưởng…
in Portuguese ideal…
in Thai ดีเลิศ…
in German ideal…
in Catalan ideal…
in Japanese 理想的な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完美的, 理想的…
in Indonesian sempurna…
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