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Perfect Meaning in Bengali. Perfect শব্দের বাংলা অর্থ কি? English to Bangla online dictionary "Perfect meaning in bengali". Google Translate "Perfect".

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Perfect বাংলা অর্থ. What is the meaning of Perfect in English? What does Perfect mean? What is another word for Perfect? Definition at online dictionary.

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Similar Words: perfect, perfect arrangement, perfect arrangements, perfect binding, perfect bindings, perfect contentment, perfect contentments, perfect landing, perfect landings, perfect model,

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Perfect History and Origin

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Perfect Synonyms

splendid foolproof superb ideal pure excellent impeccable sound experienced expert crowning stainless classical accomplished culminating excelling adept finished consummate utopian aces sublime absolute blameless faultless immaculate matchless peerless skilled skillful spotless supreme unblemished unequaled untarnished paradisiac paradisiacal unmarred untainted ten A-OK beyond compare defectless indefectible out-of-this-world

Perfect Definition

adjective
1.
conforming absolutely to the description or definition of an ideal type:
a perfect sphere; a perfect gentleman.
2.
excellent or complete beyond practical or theoretical improvement:
There is no perfect legal code. The proportions of this temple are almost perfect.
3.
exactly fitting the need in a certain situation or for a certain purpose:
a perfect actor to play Mr. Micawber; a perfect saw for cutting out keyholes.
4.
entirely without any flaws, defects, or shortcomings:
a perfect apple; the perfect crime.
5.
accurate, exact, or correct in every detail:
a perfect copy.
6.
thorough; complete; utter:
perfect strangers.
7.
pure or unmixed:
perfect yellow.
8.
unqualified; absolute:
He has perfect control over his followers.
9.
expert; accomplished; proficient:
She will need a perfect driving teacher.
10.
unmitigated; out-and-out; of an extreme degree:
He made a perfect fool of himself.
11.
Botany.
  1. having all parts or members present.
  2. monoclinous.
12.
Grammar.
  1. noting an action or state brought to a close prior to some temporal point of reference, in contrast to imperfect or incomplete action.
  2. designating a tense or other verb formation or construction with such meaning.
13.
Music.
  1. applied to the consonances of unison, octave, and fifth, as distinguished from those of the third and sixth, which are called imperfect.
  2. applied to the intervals, harmonic or melodic, of an octave, fifth, and fourth in their normal form, as opposed to augmented and diminished.
14.
Mathematics. (of a set) equal to its set of accumulation points.
15.
Obsolete. assured or certain.
noun, Grammar.
16.
the perfect tense.
17.
a verb form or construction in the perfect tense.
verb (used with object)
18.
to bring to completion; finish.
19.
to bring to perfection; make flawless or faultless:
He has succeeded in perfecting his recipe for chicken Kiev.
20.
to bring nearer to perfection; improve; make better:
She works hard to perfect her writing.
21.
to make fully skilled.
22.
Printing. to print the reverse of (a printed sheet).

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