n. 完美, 完善
She takes off the Prime Minister to perfection.
I'm still only a learner, so don't expect perfection!
Nijinsky was unsparing in his demands for perfection.
If a thing is not done to perfection, it is unacceptable.
She sings to perfection.
1. 完美; 尽善尽美
She played the music to perfection.
2. 完善; 完成[(+of)]
1. 完全地; 完满地
The dress fitted her to perfection.
accomplishment | precision | fulfilment | achievement | finish | purity | closure | refinement | accuracy | absoluteness | excellence | rightness | exactness | aptness | fulfillment | completion | realization | working out | ne plus ultra | idol | paragon | beau ideal | flawlessness |
n.完全; 完备; 卓越
perfection[pə'fekʃən]n.1.■完成；改善；完满2.■完整无缺；无比精确；尽善尽美；登峰造极3.■[复数]才艺；造诣；优点；成就4.■理想的人(或物)；完美的典型5.■完全；极端；绝对be at perfection(果子)正熟；(菜)做得恰好be the perfection of (folly)(蠢)到极点；(愚蠢)之极come (attain) to perfection成熟；圆熟to perfection完全地；极好；十全十美；尽善尽美
perfectionperfection[pəˈfekʃən]n.1.■十全十美, 完整无缺2.■十分精确; 无比熟练3.■完美的人或物, 典型, 代表4.■[pl. ]才艺, 造诣, 优点5.■完成[善, 美], 完整性, 极度6.■(花果的)盛开, 正熟bring sth. to perfection使某物十全十美come to perfection达到完美地步reach [achieve, acquire, attain] perfection臻于完善strive for perfection in力求...高度熟练perfection of rudeness粗鲁之极be at perfection(果子)正熟, (菜)烹调恰好He imitates people to perfection.他模仿别人, 惟妙惟肖。It was the very perfection of beauty.它是美的结晶。Beauty is the least of her perfections.美貌是她优点中最微不足道的。
继承用法perfectionism[pəˈfekʃənɪz(ə)m]n.1.■尽善论, 圆满论(认为人在现世可在道德、宗教、社会或政治上达到圆满的境地)perfectionist[pəˈfekʃənɪst]n.1.■尽善论者, 圆满论者
- [mass noun]the condition, state, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects
the satiny perfection of her skin.
his pursuit of golfing perfection.
■a person or thing perceived as the embodiment of such a condition, state, or quality
I am told that she is perfection itself.
■the action or process of improving something until it is faultless or as faultless as possible
among the key tasks was the perfection of new mechanisms of economic management.
- in a manner or way that could not be better; perfectly
a blue suit that showed off her blonde hair to perfection.
- Middle English (in the sense 'completeness'): via Old French from Latin perfectio(n-), from perficere 'to complete' (see perfect)
the state of being without a flaw or defect
an ideal instance; a perfect embodiment of a concept
the act of making something perfect
■He imitates people to perfection.
■She takes off the Prime Minister to perfection.
■If a thing is not done to perfection, it is unacceptable.
■Nijinsky was unsparing in his demands for perfection.
■She played the difficult piano concerto to perfection.
■Nothing in the world is flawless and perfect.
■His demeanour has always been that of a perfect gentleman.
■I have the most perfect confidence in your indiscretion.
■The weather during our holiday was perfect.
■The project is far from perfect.
■What's the secret of baking perfect bread?
■They are working on the perfection of their new paint formula.
■I'm still only a learner, so don't expect perfection!
■He flattered himself that he spoke French with a perfect accent.
■He didn't have perfect attendance this year.
■I have perfect trust in my friend.
■They live in perfect accord with each other.
■He has perfect poise and never seems embarrassed.
■On that occasion he looked a perfect fool.
■The hat and shoes are a perfect match.
■She has the perfect credentials for the job.
■At no time do the plain look so perfect as in early autumn.
■The new curtains are a perfect match for the carpet.
■The soldiers showed perfect discipline under fire.
■The girl is a perfect dream.
■Laurel was a perfect girl in every way.
■They shared the work of the house with perfect equity.
■Not hammer-strokes, but dance of the water sings the pebbles into perfection.
■The skater executed a perfect set of figures.
■Stop looking for a perfect job---it's just a fantasy.
■She do a perfect typing test.
■I wish to speak for my son, he will be perfect for this job.
■The engine has been tuned and is now in perfect working order.
■White wine provided the perfect accompaniment to the meal.
■He brought the aircraft's nose up and made a perfect landing.
■This vase would be perfect but for a few small flaws in its base.
■He never met a foreigner who spoke such perfect Chinese.
■She needs to perfect her arabic before go to work in Cairo.
■After a few repetitions, the child soon became word perfect.
■The engine has been tuned and is now in perfect work order.
■I was so sure then that my life would be perfect in five or six years.
■The artist's work shows the perfect union of craftsmanship and imagination.
■He is a perfect stranger to me.
■If you aim imperfection, there would be some chance of your get it; whereas if you aim at perfection, there is none.
■She needs to perfect her Arabic before going to work in Cairo.
■When he smiled he exposed a set of perfect white teeth.
■The shoes are a perfect fit.
■You shouldn't hope to find perfect happiness it's just a will-o'-the-wisp.
■The playback effect of optical discs for music is very perfect, no hiss and crackle as with other photo-records.
■Apart from the period feel which seems to my untrained eye to be perfect, the main performance is utterly convincing.
1. 完全地; 完满地
The dress fitted her to perfection.
习惯用语to perfection1.■完完全全; 十全十美, 尽善尽美特殊用法crystal perfection1.■晶体完美性crystalline perfection1.■结晶完整性optical perfection1.■光学完整性perfection of contract1.■契约的完善perfection of lattice1.■晶格的完整性