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Spanish translation of “imperfect”

imperfect

adjective /imˈpəːfikt/
having a fault
imperfecto
This coat is being sold at half-price because it is imperfect.
(also noun ) (linguistics) (a verb) of the tense expressing an action or state in the past which is not completed
imperfecto
The verb ’go’ in ’I was going’ is in the imperfect tense.
imperfectly adverb
de forma imperfecta
imperfection /-ˈfekʃən/ noun (the state of having) a fault or defect
imperfección
His job is to check the finished plates for imperfections.
(Definition of imperfect from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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