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perfect [perfected, perfected, perfecting, perfects] (make perfect)
verb
[UK: pə.ˈfekt]
[US: pər.ˈfekt]

parfaire◼◼◼verbe

perfectionner◼◼◻verbe

perfect (grammar: of a tense or verb form: representing a completed action)
adjective
[UK: pə.ˈfekt]
[US: pər.ˈfekt]

parfait◼◼◼adjectif
{m}

perfect (having all of its parts in harmony with a common purpose)
adjective
[UK: pə.ˈfekt]
[US: pər.ˈfekt]

parfait◼◼◼adjectif
{m}

perfect (without fault or mistake)
adjective
[UK: pə.ˈfekt]
[US: pər.ˈfekt]

parfait◼◼◼adjectif

perfect (fitting its definition precisely)
adjective
[UK: pə.ˈfekt]
[US: pər.ˈfekt]

parfait◼◼◼adjectif

perfect cube noun

cube parfait◼◼◼nom [m]

perfect field (field such that every irreducible polynomial over it has distinct roots)
noun

corps parfait◼◼◼nom [m]

perfect fifth (interval between the first and second overtones or of seven semitones)
noun

quinte juste◼◼◼nom [f]

perfect infinitive (nonfinite word or phrase equivalent to an infinite expressed in the perfect aspect)
noun

infinitif passénom [m]

perfect metal (metal not readily oxidized by heat and air)
noun

métal noblenom [m]

perfect number (a number that is the sum of all of its divisors except itself)
noun

nombre parfait◼◼◼nom [m]

perfect pitch (ability to identify or re-create a note)
noun

oreille absolue◼◼◼nom [f]

perfectibility (the possibility of achieving perfection)
noun
[UK: pə.ˌfek.tə.ˈbɪ.lɪ.ti]
[US: pə.ˌfek.tə.ˈbɪ.lɪ.ti]

perfectibilité◼◼◼nom [f]

perfection (being perfect)
noun
[UK: pə.ˈfek.ʃn̩]
[US: pər.ˈfek.ʃn̩]

perfection◼◼◼nom [f]

perfectionism (an aversion for anything less than perfection)
noun

perfectionnisme◼◼◼nom [m]

perfectionist (inclined or related to perfectionism)
adjective

perfectionniste◼◼◼adjectif

perfectionist [perfectionists] (person who does not settle for anything that is not perfect)
noun
[UK: pə.ˈfek.ʃə.nɪst]
[US: pər.ˈfek.ʃə.ˌnɪst]

perfectionniste◼◼◼nom [m] nom [f]

perfective [perfectives] (perfective verb form)
noun
[UK: pəfˈektɪv]
[US: pɚfˈektɪv]

perfectif◼◼◼nom [m]

perfective (related to the perfect tense or perfective aspect)
adjective
[UK: pəfˈektɪv]
[US: pɚfˈektɪv]

perfectif◼◼◼adjectif

perfective aspect (grammatical term)
noun

perfectif◼◼◼nom [m]

perfectly (with perfection)
adverb
[UK: ˈpɜː.fɪkt.li]
[US: ˈpɝː.fəkt.li]

parfaitement◼◼◼adverbe

conditional perfect (grammatical tense)
noun

conditionnel passénom [m]

future perfect (a tense that expresses action completed at some time in the future)
noun

futur antérieur◼◼◼nom [m]

imperfect [imperfects] (past tense)
noun
[UK: ɪm.ˈpɜː.fɪkt]
[US: ˌɪm.ˈpɝː.fɪkt]

imparfait◼◼◼nom [m]

imperfective (related to the imperfective aspect)
adjective
[UK: ɪmpəfˈektɪv]
[US: ɪmpɚfˈektɪv]

imperfectif◼◼◼adjectif

imperfective aspect (feature of a verb)
noun

imperfectif◼◼◼nom [m]

imperfectly (in an imperfect manner)
adverb
[UK: ɪm.ˈpɜː.fɪkt.li]
[US: ˌɪm.ˈpɝː.fɪkt.li]

imparfaitement◼◼◼adverbe

nobody's perfect (phrase to remind that we all fail at times)
phrase

nul n'est parfait◼◼◼phrase

osteogenesis imperfecta (disease characterized by bones that easily fracture)
noun

ostéogenèse imparfaite◼◼◼nom [f]

past imperfect tense (grammatical tense)
noun

l'imparfaitnom [m]

pluperfect (verb in this tense)
noun

plus-que-parfait◼◼◼nom [m]

pluperfect tense (tense)
noun
[UK: ˌpluː.ˈpɜː.fɪkt tens]
[US: ˌpluː.ˈpɝː.fɪkt ˈtens]

plus-que-parfait◼◼◼nom [m]

practice makes perfect (if one practices an activity enough, one will eventually master it)
phrase

c'est en forgeant qu'on devient forgeron◼◼◼phrase

usage rend maître◼◼◻phrase

present imperfect (grammatical tense)
noun

imparfait◼◼◼nom [m]

present perfect (tense that expresses action in the past with consequences in the present time)
noun

parfait◼◼◼nom [m]

présent parfait◼◼◻nom [m]

six perfections (six virtues in Mahayana Buddhism)
noun

six perfections◼◼◼nom

to perfection preposition

à la perfection◼◼◼preposition