Definitions of perfect

  1. To make perfect or complete: to finish.
  2. To make perfect; complete.
  3. To make perfect; finish; complete.
  4. make perfect or complete; " perfect your French in Paris!"
  5. To instruct fully; to finish; to complete. Perfect tense, the tense that expresses completed action.
  6. To complete; to finish thoroughly; to raise to a perfect state; to instruct fully; to make wholly skilful.
  7. The perfect tense, or a form in that tense.
  8. Perfecter, perfectness.
  9. Perfectibility.
  11. Perfection.
  12. precisely accurate or exact; " perfect timing"
  13. 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"
  14. 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.
  15. Well informed; certain; sure.
  16. 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.
  17. Hermaphrodite; having both stamens and pistils; - said of flower.
  18. Complete; without defect; pure: possessing every moral excellence; fully skilled; as, a perfect workman; in grammar, denoting a tense that expresses completed action.
  19. Done thoroughly or completely: completed: not defective: unblemished: possessing every moral excellence: completely skilled or acquainted: ( gram.) expressing an act completed.
  20. Complete; finished; having every excellence.
  21. Perfectible.
  22. Without defect or lack; complete.
  23. Noting past or finished action.
  24. Complete throughout; not defective or blemished; having all that is requisite to its nature and kind; completely skilled or informed; not liable to err; pure; blameless; in gram., applied to the tense of a verb which signifies an action done in past time, but connected by its continuance or effects with the present.