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perfectionnoun [U]

 us   /pərˈfek·ʃən/
the ​quality of being ​perfect: She is a ​superb violinist, and ​combinestechnical perfection with an ​excitingperformancestyle. If something is done to perfection, it is done very well and ​happensexactly as ​planned: In the last few ​minutes of the ​footballgame, they ​tried a ​trickplay, and it ​worked to perfection.
(Definition of perfection from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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perfectionnoun [U]

uk   /pəˈfek.ʃən/  us   /pɚ-/
C1 the ​state of being ​complete and ​correct in every way: In his ​quest for ​physical perfection, he ​spendshours in the ​gym.to perfection extremely well: The ​fish was ​cooked to perfection.
(Definition of perfection from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “perfection”
in Arabic إتْقان…
in Korean 완성, 완벽…
in Portuguese perfeição…
in Catalan perfecció…
in Japanese 完ぺきであること, 完全であること…
in Chinese (Simplified) 完美, 完善…
in Turkish mükemmellik, kusursuzluk, eşsizlik…
in Russian совершенство…
in Chinese (Traditional) 完美, 完善…
in Italian perfezione…
in Polish perfekcja…
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