perfect

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İngilizce - Türkçe
mükemmel

O mükemmel olmaktan uzaktır. - He is far from perfect.

O kelime onu mükemmel şekilde açıklıyor. - That word describes it perfectly.

kusursuz

Bu rapor kusursuz değil. - This report is not perfect.

Görev kusursuz olarak gitti. - The mission went perfectly.

olgun
tamamlanmış geçmiş zamanlı fiil
(Dilbilim) bitmişlik
hatasız
dört dörtlük

Her şey dört dörtlük olmalı. - Everything must be nothing less than perfect.

dört başı mamur
tastamam
mükemmelleştirilmiş
berkemal
eksiksiz
tam

Pozisyonunuzu tamamen anlayabiliyorum. - I can understand your position perfectly.

Ben tamamen normalim. - I'm perfectly normal.

mükemmelleştirmek

Hayali gitar becerilerini mükemmelleştirmek için saatler harcadı. - He spent hours perfecting his air guitar skills.

iyice öğrenilmiş
mükemmelleştir(mek)
{s} mükemmel; kusursuz; tam: perfect circle tam daire. perfect specimen kusursuz örnek
{f} bitirmek, tamamlamak
{f} geliştirmek
aynı çiçekte hem erkeklik hem dişilik uzvu olan
kusursuz,v.mükemmelleştir: adj.mükemmel
geçmiş zaman
dili pek çok
{s} k.dili. tam, sapına kadar: perfect nonsense tam
{f} kusursuz yapmak
geçmiş
geçmiş zamanlı fiil
harika
kusursuzluk

Kusursuzluk diye bir şey yoktur. - There's no such thing as perfection.

selim
pırıl pırıl
yetkin
(Kanun) eksiksiz hale getirmek
tamamlamak
perfection
mükemmellik

Mükemmellik sıkıcı mı? - Is perfection boring?

Onun dövüş sanatları kahramanlığı zaten yüce mükemmellik seviyesine ulaştı. - His martial arts prowess has already reached a level of sublime perfection.

perfect liquid
(Bilgisayar) tam akışkan
perfect square
(Matematik) tam kare
perfect stranger
çok yabancı
perfect circle
tam daire
perfect competition
tam rekabet
perfect conditional tense
bitmiş koşul bildiren zaman
perfect flower
tam çiçek
perfect gas
ideal gaz
perfect infinitive
bitmişlik mastarı
perfect set
yetkin küme
perfect set
mükemmel küme
perfect appearance
kusursuz görünüm
perfect binding
mükemmel ciltleme
perfect book
mükemmel bir kitap
perfect collinear
(İstatistik) Mükemmel doğrusal
perfect competition
Tam rekâbet
perfect fit
Mükemmel uyum
perfect fool
mükemmel aptal
perfect game
mükemmel bir oyun
perfect happiness
mükemmel mutluluk
perfect match
mükemmel bir maç
perfect obligation
(Kanun) Aynı sorumluluk, tam mükellefiyet
perfect order
Tam, noksansız, herşeyin yerli yerinde olduğu düzen , mutlak düzen
perfect pitch
mükemmel pitch
perfect printing
mükemmel baskı
perfect stranger
Hiç tanımadığınız biri
perfect stranger
Kişiye tamamen yabancı biri
perfect substitutes
mükemmel yerine
perfect aspect
(Dilbilim) bitmişlik görünüşü
perfect cadence
(Muzik) tam durgu
perfect capital mobility
(Ticaret) tam sermaye hareketliliği
perfect combustion
tam yanma
perfect combustion
ideal yanma
perfect condition
mükemmel durum
perfect crime
kusursuz suç
perfect crystal
ideal kristal
perfect dielectric
mükemmel dielektrik
perfect elasticity of demand
(Ticaret) sonsuz talep esnekliği
perfect elasticity of supply
(Ticaret) sonsuz arz esnekliği
perfect fluid
(Askeri) ideal akışkan
perfect fluid
ideal sıvı
perfect foresight
(Ticaret) tam öngörü
perfect forward secrecy
Mükemmel İletme Gizliliği
perfect frame
izostatik çerçeve
perfect harmony
kusursuz uyum
perfect liquid
tam akiskan
perfect machine
mükemmel veya ideal makine
perfect match
tam uyum
perfect medium
kusursuz ortam
perfect mixture
mükemmel karışım
perfect mixture
ideal karışım
perfect number
(Matematik) yetkin sayı
perfect number
(Matematik) mükemmel sayı
perfect obligation
(Ticaret) tam mükellefiyet
perfect specimen
kusursuz örnek
perfect targeting
(Ticaret) mükemmel hedefleme
perfect tense
(Dilbilim) bitmişlik zamanı
perfect tense
tamamlanmış geçmiş zaman
perfect transmitting diffuser
(Aydınlatma) geçme ile tam yayındırıcı
perfect well
kusursuz kuyu
perfect well
mükemmel kuyu
perfection
kusursuzluk

Kusursuzluk diye bir şey yoktur. - There's no such thing as perfection.

perfectly
kusursuzca

Kusursuzca net bir şey yapayım. - Let me make something perfectly clear.

Tom kusursuzca sakin durdu. - Tom stood perfectly still.

perfectly
tamamen

Tom'un tamamen güvenli olacağına sizi temin ederim. - I assure you Tom will be perfectly safe.

Tom tamamen iyi bir şekilde anlayabiliyor. - Tom can understand perfectly well.

perfected
mükemmelleştirmek
perfectly
kusursuz bir biçimde
perfectly
eksiksiz
perfectness
kusursuzluk
practice makes perfect
yapa yapa öğrenilir
future perfect continuous tense
gelecekte bitmiş zamanın sürekli şekli
future perfect tense
gelecekte bitmiş zaman
letter perfect
rolünü iyi ezberlemiş
make perfect
mükemmelleştir
past perfect
belirli geçmiş zaman
past perfect continuous tense
sürekli geçmişte bitmiş zaman
past perfect tense
-miş'li geçmiş zaman
perfected
{f} mükemmelleştir

Galileo ilk teleskobu mükemmelleştirdi. - Galileo perfected the early telescope.

perfection
tamamlama
perfection
kusursuz kişi ya da şey
perfection
eşsiz örnek
perfectly
mükemmel bir şekilde

Tom Fransızcayı mükemmel bir şekilde konuşur. - Tom speaks French perfectly.

Kase mükemmel bir şekilde yuvarlaktı. - The bowl was perfectly round.

perfectly
tam olarak

Bu elbise bana tam olarak uyuyor. - This dress fits me perfectly.

Dün geceyi tam olarak hatırlıyorum. - I remember last night perfectly.

perfectly
mükemmel olarak

O makineyi seviyorum. Hala mükemmel olarak çalışır. - I love that machine. It still works perfectly.

Bana verdiğin gömlek bana mükemmel olarak uydu. - The shirt you gave me fit perfectly.

present perfect continuous
sürekli bitmiş zaman
present perfect continuous tense
sürekli bitmiş zaman
present perfect tense
yakın geçmiş zaman
word perfect
mükemmel ezber
the perfect
kusursuz

Neredeyse kusursuz cinayetti: Biz, olay yerine geldik, bagajı açtık, adamı öldürdük ve izleri temizledik, ama biz cesedi gizlemeyi unuttuk. - It was almost the perfect crime: we arrived at the scene, opened the trunk, killed the man and cleaned up the prints, but we forgot to hide the body.

Practice makes perfect
Meşk kemale erdirir
complete, perfect, absolute
Mükemmel, mutlak komple
extremely perfect
oldukça mükemmel
future perfect
gelecekteki mükemmel
less than perfect
mükemmel olmayan
perfected
mükemmellestir(mek)
picture perfect
Mükemmel bir resim
present perfect continuous
(tense) sürekli bitmiş zaman
the perfect responsibility of management
idarenin kusursuz sorumluluğu
this is perfect
bu mükemmel
word perfect
Ezbere bilen, hatırlayıp yineleyebilen, kelime bilgisi mükemmel olan
you are completely perfect
tam anlamıyla mükemmelsin
you are perfect
sen mükemmelsin
Perfection
(isim) Kemal
a perfect dream
nefis şey
a perfect dream
harika şey
be a perfect scream
çok komik olmak
be a perfect scream
gülmekten öldürmek
be perfect
kusursuz olmak
future perfect
(Dilbilim) gelecekte bitmişlik
in perfect health
turp gibi
in perfect health
sapasağlam
letter perfect
aslına uygun
letter perfect
harfi harfine aynı
letter perfect
su gibi ezberlemiş
nobody is perfect.
hatasız kul olmaz
past perfect
dili geçmiş zamanın hikâyesi
past perfect tense
dilb. -miş'li geçmiş zaman
perfected
mükemmellestir
perfection
ikmal
perfection
{i} yetkinlik
perfection
(Askeri) ( SUPPLY ) İkmal
perfection
tekâmül
perfection
{i} mükemmellik, mükemmeliyet, kusursuzluk
perfection
{i} ustalık
perfection
kusursuz kimse veya şey
perfection
{i} mükemmelleştirme
perfection
bitirme
perfectly
mükemmelen
perfectly
tıkır tıkır
practice makes perfect
pratik mükemmelleştirir
simple perfect
(Dilbilim) yalın bitmişlik
that's perfect
o mükemmel
the perfect tense
dilb. görülen geçmiş zaman
word perfect
(sıfat) ezbere bilen
word perfect
(deyim) bir siir veya rolu ezbere bilip kusursuz soylemek
word perfect
{s} ezbere bilen
İngilizce - İngilizce
Having both male (stamens) and female (carpels) parts
Of a set, that it is equal to its set of limit points, i.e. set A is perfect if A=A'
Having all of its parts in harmony with a common purpose

That bucket with the hole in the bottom is a poor bucket, but it is perfect for watering plants.

Excellent and delightful in all respects

a perfect day.

Representing a completed action
Sexually mature and fully differentiated
To make perfect; to improve or hone

You spend too much time trying to perfect your dancing.

Thoroughly skilled or talented

Practice makes perfect.

Fitting its definition precisely

a perfect circle.

To take an action, usually the filing of a document in the correct venue, that secures a legal right

perfect an appeal; perfect an interest; perfect a judgment.

{v} to complete, smith, instruct fully
{n} complete, blameless, pure, holy, safe
make perfect or complete; "perfect your French in Paris!" precisely accurate or exact; "perfect timing" being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day
Brought to consummation or completeness; completed; not defective nor redundant; having all the properties or qualities requisite to its nature and kind; without flaw, fault, or blemish; without error; mature; whole; pure; sound; right; correct
A number is perfect if sigma(n) = 2n, or, equivalently, if index(n) = 2 Another way of saying this is that sum of the proper divisors of n equals n Contrast abundant, deficient Every multiple of a perfect number other than itself is abundant, and every proper divisor is deficient A Mersenne prime multiplied by the preceding power of two is a perfect number; i e , if 2^p - 1 is prime, then (2^p - 1)*2^(p - 1) is perfect All even perfect numbers are of this form; it is not known if there any odd perfect numbers
precisely accurate or exact; "perfect timing"
To complete recording or filing of a security interest in order to establish a lien or priority ownership
without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers; "an arrant fool"; "a complete coward"; "a consummate fool"; "a double-dyed villain"; "gross negligence"; "a perfect idiot"; "pure folly"; "what a sodding mess"; "stark staring mad"; "a thoroughgoing villain"; "utter nonsense"
A term used to label fourth, fifth, and octave intervals It corresponds to the major, as given to seconds, thirds, sixths, and sevenths
A term used to describe the binding process where the signatures of a book are held together by a flexible adhesive
being complete of its kind and without defect or blemish; "a perfect circle"; "a perfect reproduction"; "perfect happiness"; "perfect manners"; "a perfect specimen"; "a perfect day
emphasis If you say that something is perfect for a particular person, thing, or activity, you are emphasizing that it is very suitable for them or for that activity. Carpet tiles are perfect for kitchens because they're easy to take up and wash So this could be the perfect time to buy a home. = ideal
Hermaphrodite; having both stamens and pistils; said of flower
{s} flawless; complete; undamaged
According to the Federal Trade Commission, only a diamond that is flawless, colorless and well cut can be referred to by this term Therefore, it is not applicable in most cases and should be avoided
H8003 shalem, shaw-lame'; from H7999; complete (lit or fig ); espec friendly: --full, just, made ready, peaceable, perfect (-ed), quiet, Shalem [by mistake for a name], whole
{f} refine; improve; complete; make faultless
a tense of verbs used in describing action that has been completed (sometimes regarded as perfective aspect)
a tense of a verb that indicates an action has been completed in the past "I have been perfected" is in the perfect tense
Well informed; certain; sure
free from defects or complete, as in: The sweater is a perfect fit
The rating you get on a step when you hit the arrow exactly on the beat
A term meaning the same as "mint" in old quilts Referring to new quilts it means that the quilt is problem-free and has never been washed
Something that is perfect is as good as it could possibly be. He spoke perfect English Hiring a nanny has turned out to be the perfect solution Nobody is perfect
A perfect fluid is defined as a fluid with zero viscosity (i e inviscid)
Having both functional stamens and pistils
The perfect tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things that happened or began before a particular time, as in `He's already left' and `They had always liked her'. The present perfect tense is sometimes called the perfect tense. see also future, present perfect, past perfect. to make something as good as you are able to
If you perfect something, you improve it so that it becomes as good as it can possibly be. We perfected a hand-signal system so that he could keep me informed of hazards
To make perfect; to finish or complete, so as to leave nothing wanting; to give to anything all that is requisite to its nature and kind
emphasis You can use perfect to give emphasis to the noun following it. She was a perfect fool What he had said to her made perfect sense. = complete, total
make perfect or complete; "perfect your French in Paris!"
The act of printing both sides of a sheet of paper in one press pass A press with this capability is sometimes refered to as a "prefector"
A flower that has both functional stamens and pistils
If an object or surface is perfect, it does not have any marks on it, or does not have any lumps, hollows, or cracks in it. Use only clean, Grade A, perfect eggs. their perfect white teeth
the quality assigned to 1: 1 primes, 3: 2 fifths, 4: 3 fourths, and all octave expansions of these intervals
The perfect tense, or a form in that tense
When you only have one way to make a hand, you need perfect cards Usually this means two cards If you hold 8JQ, you need two perfect cards for a straight To catch perfect is to hit a perfect card
perfit
parfit
perf

He is a perfectionist. - He's a perfectionist.

It makes perfect sense! - It makes perfect sense.

perfect fifth
an interval equal to that of between the second and third harmonics of the harmonic series; in equal temperament, an interval of seven semitones spanning five degrees of the diatonic scale. It is enharmonically equivalent to a diminished sixth
perfect game
A game in which every batter on one team is retired without reaching base
perfect games
plural form of perfect game
perfect gold standard test
A test that measures the value of a binary variable without error
perfect gold standard tests
plural form of perfect gold standard test
perfect number
A number that is the sum of all of its divisors except itself

The factors of 28 are 1, 2, 4, 7, 14 and 28, and 1 + 2 + 4 + 7 + 14 = 28, so 28 is a perfect number.

perfect numbers
plural form of perfect number
perfect octave
A musical interval of the Western twelve-semitone system consisting of twelve semitones and spanning eight degrees of the diatonic scale. It is enharmonically equivalent to an augmented seventh and is commonly referred to as an octave
perfect passive participle
A part of speech present in some languages (e.g. Latin) but absent in English, providing a sense of something having happened (e.g. 'having been educated')
perfect passive participles
plural form of perfect passive participle
perfect pitch
The exact pitch of a note described by its frequency in vibrations per second
perfect pitch
The ability to identify a note by name without the benefit of a reference note
perfect rhyme
A rhyme where the latter part of the word or phrase is identical sounding to another

Boy it is mighty high.

perfect set
A set which is equal to its set of limit points. That is, a set A is perfect if A' = A

The Cantor set is perfect.

perfect storm
A powerful hurricane or other major weather disturbance, especially as produced by a combination of meteorological conditions

Ten o'clock. Beginning to blow hard; taking in sails one after another. — Three o'clock. A perfect storm; the gale a few days ago but a gentle breeze to it.

perfect storm
A situation where a calamity is caused by the convergence and amplifying interaction of a number of factors

Tory said he was worried that a perfect storm of economic factors could put tourist operators and their communities in peril.

perfect storms
plural form of perfect storm
perfect system
In Latin, the three perfect tenses: perfect, future perfect, and pluperfect or past perfect, as contrasted with the present system: present, future, and imperfect. A verb in the perfect system indicates an action that has completed
perfect tense
a verb form indicating that an action or state has been completed at the present time, in the past, or will be completed in the future. English has three perfect tenses:
perfect tenses
plural form of perfect tense
perfect competition
rational free market of manufacturers and individual buyers that have all needed information (Economics)
perfect obligation
(Kanun) A perfect obligation is one which gives a right to another to require us to give him something or not to do something
perfect square
An integer that is the square of an integer
perfect storm
The phrase perfect storm refers to the simultaneous occurrence of events which, taken individually, would be far less powerful than the result of their chance combination. Such occurrences are rare by their very nature, so that even a slight change in any one event contributing to the perfect storm would lessen its overall impact
perfect stranger
A person who is completely unknown [to oneself]

1. I was stopped on the street by a perfect stranger who wanted to know my name. 2. If a total stranger asked me such a personal question, I am sure I would not answer!.

perfect beauty
beauty without defect or flaw
perfect copy
copy that looks exactly like the original
perfect couple
two people perfectly suited to each other
perfect fit
good match, something that fits exactly
perfect game
a game in which a pitcher does not allow any opposing player to reach base
perfect gas
gas which is made up of molecules containing two atoms
perfect gas
or ideal gas Gas whose physical behaviour conforms to the general gas law, which states that for a given quantity of gas, the product of the volume V and pressure P is proportional to the absolute temperature T, or PV = kT, where k is a constant. A perfect gas is assumed to consist of a large number of molecules in random motion, which obey Newton's laws of motion. Their volume is assumed to be negligibly small, and no forces are presumed to act on the molecules except during momentary collisions. Though no gas has these properties, real gases at sufficiently high temperatures and low pressures can be described this way
perfect match
perfect couple, complete compatibility, perfect pair
perfect murder
murder so well planned and executed that it is impossible to solve
perfect number
A positive integer that is equal to the sum of its positive integral factors, including 1 but excluding itself
perfect order
impeccable order, everything in its proper place
perfect participle
the past participle
perfect pitch
Throwing a banjo in the dumpster without hitting the sides
perfect pitch
absolute pitch: the ability to identify the pitch of a tone
perfect pitch
ability to recognize a tone by name by listening, musical diagnostic ability
perfect pitch
The ability to tell if a note is concert pitch
perfect pitch
The ability possessed by some people to describe one or more heard pitches by their note names without error This is sometimes regarded as a magical ability but is no more remarkable than the ability to name a colour, and like that skill can be learnt by most children and even some adults It is a rarer skill simply because it is less practised Some people have a more extreme form where they can not only name the note heard but tell you whether it is flat or sharp Some even feel discomfort if it incorrect This "gift" is occasionally described as absolute pitch It seems to be common among children with autism
perfect pitch
The ability to hear and identify a note without any other musical support
perfect pitch
The ability to distinguish and identify any given note without any musical or tonal support
perfect pitch
Someone who has perfect pitch is able to identify or sing musical notes correctly. the ability to correctly name any musical note that you hear, or to sing any note at the correct pitch without the help of an instrument
perfect rhyme
rhyme in which the words sound exactly the same except for the beginning letters
perfect silence
complete silence, stillness, quiet, hush
perfect square
A perfect square is a number whose square root is a whole number
perfect square
A perfect square is a number that has an whole number square root For example, 25 is a perfect square, because is 5, a whole number Here's a problem for you: Name the next perfect square higher than 25
perfect stranger
person who is not known
perfect substitutes
products of which the demand rises causes a reverse trend in the demand for another products (Economics)
perfect tense
a tense of verbs used in describing action that has been completed (sometimes regarded as perfective aspect)
perfect tense
{i} verb tense that expresses an action completed in the past, tense of verbs that describes a state completed in the past
conditional perfect
A combination of the conditional mood and the perfect tense, roughly corresponding to English 'I would have...'

If I had known we were out of ketchup, I would have bought some at the store..

future perfect
A tense that expresses action completed at some time in the future; in English it is formed by use of will have (or shall have) and a past participle

The sentence, “In a few years time we will have almost completed this dictionary,” is in the future perfect.

future perfect continuous
A tense used to express an ongoing action completed after some time in the future. In English it is formed by use of will have been (or shall have been) and a present participle

Example: By the end of this year, I will have been working here for 10 years.

future perfect progressive
future perfect continuous
inch-perfect
perfectly measured
let the perfect be the enemy of the good
Intransigently fight for or argue the entirety of an ideal to the detriment of any partial fulfilment thereof

But we shouldn’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

nobody's perfect
Used when someone's mistakes or flaws are acknowledged, to remind that everyone else makes mistakes and has flaws

I feel so sad. What I did wasn't right. I feel so bad and I must say to you: Sorry, but nobody's perfect. Nobody's perfect. What did you expect? I'm doing my best.

past perfect
A tense which represents actions that occurred before other actions in the past; the pluperfect tense
past perfect continuous
A tense that expresses an unbroken action continuing up to a certain time in the past. In English it is formed by using had been with a present participle

Example: She had been living in England for three years before moving to Sweden.

past perfect progressive
past perfect continuous
perfected
that has been made perfect:

The perfected speech was better, but all spontaneity had been lost.

perfected
Simple past tense and past participle of perfect
perfecting
The process of printing on both sides of the printed-on material during its single pass through the printing press
perfecting
Present participle of perfect
perfection
The quality or state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; entire development; consummate culture, skill, or moral excellence; the highest attainable state or degree of excellence; maturity; as, perfection in an art, in a science, or in a system; perfection in form or degree; fruits in perfection
perfectly
Wholly, adequately

Their performance was perfectly fine.

perfectly
With perfection

They completed the first series perfectly.

picture-perfect
Perfect in appearance as with the subjects in paintings or photographs, without the common imperfections of real life
pixel-perfect
Involving precision at the pixel level

Manual pixel-perfect collision-detection routines can be difficult to create and processor-intensive to run.

practice makes perfect
If you practice something enough, you will eventually master it
present perfect
A perfect tense that expresses action completed at the present time; in English it is formed by using the present tense of have with a past participle
present perfect continuous
A tense that expresses an unbroken action continuing at the present time, started in the recent past. In English it is formed by using have been with a present participle

Example: I have been working in this bank all my life.

present perfect progressive
present perfect continuous
perfecter
{n} one who makes perfect or complete
perfection
{n} a perfect state, excellence
perfectly
{a} completly, exactly, fully, totally
perfectness
{n} completeness, skill, goodness
Perfectly
parfitly
future perfect
a perfective tense used to describe action that will be completed in the future; "`I will have finished' is an example of the future perfect
future perfect
a perfective tense used to describe action that will be completed in the future; "`I will have finished' is an example of the future perfect"
future perfect
I will have worked
future perfect
A verb tense that indicates one event expected in the future will occur before another event happens Use the future of have + past participle: He will have hit the ball before the game ends
future perfect
Ex : I will have worked
future perfect
{i} verb tense that describes an action that has not yet been completed and will be finished in the future (e.g., "By that time, I will have finished")
future perfect
A verb tense that expresses action completed by a specified time in the future and that is formed in English by combining will have or shall have with a past participle. the form of a verb that shows that the action described will be complete before a particular time in the future, formed in English by 'will have' or 'shall have', as in 'I will have finished by 5 o'clock.' perfect
future perfect tense
a perfective tense used to describe action that will be completed in the future; "`I will have finished' is an example of the future perfect"
future perfect tense
{i} verb tense that describes an action that has not yet been completed and will be finished in the future (e.g., "By that time, I will have finished")
in perfect working order
functioning smoothly, working well, fully operational
just perfect
absolutely superb, absolutely flawless
letter-perfect
correct in every detail
letter-perfect
eloquent, skilled in using words; skilled at a certain job or role
letter-perfect
correct to the last detail; especially being in or following the exact words; "a letter-perfect rendition of the soliloquy"; "she was word-perfect in her part
not perfect
not complete, is not all that he appears
nothing is perfect
don't expect everything to go your way, don't expect everything to be perfect all the time
noun perfect 3
the perfect the form of a verb which is used when talking about a period of time up to and including the present. In English it is formed with 'have' and the past participle = present perfect past perfect
past perfect
In grammar, the past perfect tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things that happened before a specific time. The simple past perfect tense uses `had' and the past participle of the verb, as in `She had seen him before'. It is sometimes called the pluperfect. the form of a verb that shows that the action described by the verb was completed before a particular time in the past, formed in English with 'had' and a past participle perfect
past perfect
pluperfect which is a grammatical tense which places one past action in relation to another past action
past perfect
Ex : I had worked
past perfect
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the past; "`I had finished' is an example of the past perfect
past perfect
A verb tense that indicates one action was finished in the past, before another was finished Use the past tense of have + the past participle of the appropriate verb: He had hit the ball over the fence before we arrived
past perfect
I had worked
past perfect
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the past; "`I had finished' is an example of the past perfect"
perfected
that has been made perfect
perfected
{s} improved; refined
perfected
of plans, ideas, etc
perfected
past of perfect
perfected
perfectly formed; "a graceful but not yet fully perfected literary style
perfecter
One who, or that which, makes perfect
perfecter
{i} improver, one who makes something better
perfecter
a skilled worker who perfects somethings; "although not the inventor he must be recognized as the perfecter of this technique
perfecting
Printing both sides of a sheet on one pass through the machine, or printing the second side of a sheet: backing-up
perfecting
Printing both sides of the paper (or other material) on the same pass through the printing machine
perfecting
Printing the second side of a sheet; backing-up
perfection
the act of making something perfect the state of being without a flaw or defect
perfection
Perfection is the quality of being as good as it is possible for something of a particular kind to be. Physical perfection in a human being is exceedingly rare
perfection
an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept
perfection
n An imaginary state of quality distinguished from the actual by an element known as excellence; an attribute of the critic The editor of an English magazine having received a letter pointing out the erroneous nature of his views and style, and signed "Perfection," promptly wrote at the foot of the letter: "I don't agree with you," and mailed it to Matthew Arnold
perfection
A quality, endowment, or acquirement completely excellent; an ideal; faultlessness; especially, the divine attribute of complete excellence
perfection
The proper recording or filing of an instrument, thereby giving notice to the world
perfection
When a secured creditor has taken the required steps to perfect his lien, the lien is senior to any liens that arise after perfection A mortgage is perfected by recording it with the county recorder; a lien in personal property is perfected by filing a financing statement with the secretary of state An unperfected lien is valid between the debtor and the secured creditor, but may be behind liens created later in time, but perfected earlier than the lien in question An unperfected lien can be avoided by the trustee
perfection
Perfection is a process and requires continual improvement
perfection
{i} completion, wholeness; improvement, refinement
perfection
the act of making something perfect
perfection
An action that has to be taken before a security interest is secured
perfection
the state of being without a flaw or defect
perfection
The Ancients have delivered unto us, that there are four ways or means, which discover whether one question or the thing demanded shall be accomplished yea or not
perfection
The process of considering a bill in which the bill is subject to amendments At the conclusion of this process, upon a favorable vote, a bill is order perfected and printed, which means that any amendments adopted are incorporated into the printed bill
perfection
If you say that something is perfection, you mean that you think it is as good as it could possibly be. The house and garden were perfection
perfection
A quality, endowment, or acquirement completely excellent; an ideal faultlessness; especially, the divine attribute of complete excellence
perfection
The perfection of something such as a skill, system, or product involves making it as good as it could possibly be. Madame Clicquot is credited with the perfection of this technique
perfection
To perfection, in the highest degree of excellence; perfectly; as, to imitate a model to perfection
perfection
If something is done to perfection, it is done so well that it could not be done any better. fresh fish, cooked to perfection
perfections
plural of perfection
perfectly
wholly or without doubt, perfectly normal
perfectly
If something is done perfectly, it is done so well that it could not possibly be done better. This adaptation perfectly captures the spirit of Kurt Vonnegut's novel The system worked perfectly
perfectly
flawlessly, superbly, faultlessly, without an error, without a blemish
perfectly
in a perfect or faultless way; "She performed perfectly on the balance beam"; "spoke English perfectly"; "solved the problem perfectly
perfectly
completely and without qualification; used informally as intensifiers; "an absolutely magnificent painting"; "a perfectly idiotic idea"; "you're perfectly right"; "utterly miserable"; "you can be dead sure of my innocence"; "was dead tired"; "dead right"
perfectly
emphasis You can use perfectly to emphasize an adjective or adverb, especially when you think the person you are talking to might doubt what you are saying. There's no reason why you can't have a perfectly normal child They made it perfectly clear that it was pointless to go on You know perfectly well what happened. = quite
perfectly
In a perfect manner or degree; in or to perfection; completely; wholly; throughly; faultlessly
perfectly
emphasis If you describe something as perfectly good or acceptable, you are emphasizing that there is no reason to use or get something else, although other people may disagree. You can buy perfectly good instruments for a lot less
perfectly
in a perfect or faultless way; "She performed perfectly on the balance beam"; "spoke English perfectly"; "solved the problem perfectly"
perfectness
The quality or state of being perfect; perfection
perfectness
The quality of being perfect; perfection
perfectness
{i} wholeness, completeness ; perfection, flawlessness
perfects
third-person singular of perfect
picture-perfect
exactly right in appearance or quality
practice makes perfect
doing something over and over makes a person better at it
present perfect
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the present; "`I have finished' is an example of the present perfect"
present perfect
I have worked
present perfect
A verb tense that indicates an action that occurred in the past and finished in the past, but the exact time of the action is not important Use the present tense of have + the past participle of the main verb: Paul has hit the ball over the fence many times
present perfect
Ex : I have worked
present perfect
In grammar, the present perfect tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things which happened before the time you are speaking or writing but are relevant to the present situation, or things that began in the past and are still happening. The simple present perfect tense uses `have' or `has' and the past participle of the verb, as in `They have decided what to do'. the form of a verb that shows what happened during a period of time up to and including the present, formed in English with the present tense of the verb 'have' and a past participle, as in 'he has gone'
present perfect
(Grammar) verb tense showing an action completed at the time of speaking (ex: I have gone)
present perfect
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the present; "`I have finished' is an example of the present perfect
present perfect tense
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the present; "`I have finished' is an example of the present perfect"
word perfect
{s} letter-perfect, eloquent, skilled in using words; skilled at a certain job or role; thoroughly and completely correct
word-perfect
able to remember and say every word of something correctly
perfect