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perfect [1].

[sup.1]per*fect

Pronunciation: \'p[schwa]r-fikt\

adjective

1 : having no mistake or flaw <a perfect plan> <a perfect diamond>

2 : satisfying all requirements <It was the perfect ending to a perfect day.>

3 : thoroughly skilled or trained : meeting the highest standards <a perfect performance>

4 : [sup.1]total 3 <perfect silence>

per*fect*ly adverb

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Date:Jan 1, 2009
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