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perfection

noun [U]  us   /pərˈfek·ʃən/
the quality of being perfect: She is a superb violinist, and combines technical perfection with an exciting performance style. If something is done to perfection, it is done very well and happens exactly as planned: In the last few minutes of the football game, they tried a trick play, and it worked to perfection.
Translations of “perfection”
in Korean 완성, 완벽…
in Arabic إتْقان…
in Portuguese perfeição…
in Catalan perfecció…
in Japanese 完ぺきであること, 完全であること…
in Italian perfezione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完美, 完善…
in Russian совершенство…
in Turkish mükemmellik, kusursuzluk, eşsizlik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完美, 完善…
in Polish perfekcja…
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