- What is the verb of perfect?
- What is the noun of perfect?
- What is the adjective of perfect?
- What is a fancy word for perfect?
- What’s a fancy word for perfect?
- Is perfect an adjective or adverb?
- What type of word is perfect?
- What is the root word of perfect?
- Is there a word that means better than perfect?
- Which part of speech is perfect?
- What is the adverb of perfect?
What is the verb of perfect?
per·fect | \ pər-ˈfekt also ˈpər-fikt \ perfected; perfecting; perfects..
What is the noun of perfect?
Perfection is the noun form of perfect.
What is the adjective of perfect?
perfect. adjective. /ˈpərfɪkt/ 1having everything that is necessary; complete and without faults or weaknesses in perfect condition a perfect set of teeth Well I’m sorry—but nobody’s perfect (= used when someone has criticized you). completely correct; exact and accurate She speaks perfect English.
What is a fancy word for perfect?
SYNONYMS. flawless, mint, as good as new, pristine, impeccable, immaculate, superb, superlative, optimum, prime, optimal, peak, excellent, faultless, as sound as a bell, unspoiled, unblemished, undamaged, spotless, unmarred, unimpaired.
What’s a fancy word for perfect?
What is another word for perfect?flawlessexcellentexquisiteimmaculateimpeccablepristinedefectlessfaultlessintactirreproachable212 more rows
Is perfect an adjective or adverb?
perfect (adjective) perfect (verb) perfect (noun) … perfect pitch (noun)
What type of word is perfect?
As a noun perfect is a grammatical term referring to a tense of verbs describing an action that has been completed.
What is the root word of perfect?
The English language had the alternates, “perfection” and the Biblical “perfectness.” The word “perfection” derives from the Latin “perfectio”, and “perfect” — from “perfectus”.
Is there a word that means better than perfect?
This is also sometimes called the past perfect. … The word pluperfect comes from the Latin phrase plus quam perfectum, “more than perfect.” The Latin perfect tense refers to the past, while the pluperfect references “more than past.”
Which part of speech is perfect?
parts of speech: adjective, noun, transitive verb features: Word Combinations (adjective, verb), Word Builder, Word Parts. part of speech: adjective. pronunciation: puhr fihkt.
What is the adverb of perfect?