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Main Entry: 1per·fect
Etymology: Middle English perfit "complete, thoroughly or accurately done," from early French parfit (same meaning), from Latin perfectus "complete, perfect," derived from perficere "to carry out, complete," from per- "completely" and -ficere, from facere "to make, do" --related to ARTIFICIAL, FASHION, SATISFY 1 a: being entirely without fault or defect : FLAWLESSb: meeting all requirements : ACCURATE, EXACT <a perfect circle> <a perfect copy> c: PURE 3, total <perfect stillness> d: 1COMPLETE 1, whole 2: of an extreme kind <a perfect fool> 3: of, relating to, or being a verb form in the perfect tense 4: having both stamens and pistil <a perfect flower> - per·fect·ness /-fik(t)-ns/ noun