having all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; as good as it is possible to be.
she strove to be the perfect wife
absolute; complete (used for emphasis).
a perfect stranger
(of a number) equal to the sum of its positive divisors, e.g., the number 6, whose divisors (1, 2, 3) also add up to 6.
Prior to publishing, he also found an upper bound on the least prime divisor of an odd perfect number.
(of a tense) denoting a completed action or a state or habitual action that began in the past. The perfect tense is formed in English with have or has and the past participle, as in they have eaten and they have been eating (since dawn) ( present perfect ), they had eaten ( past perfect ), and they will have eaten ( future perfect ).
It has seven vowels, it has no perfect tenses, it is chock-a-block with suffixes and its syntax is baroque.
(of a flower) having both stamens and carpels present and functional.
Pistillate flowers are usually smaller than perfect flowers and produce nectar with lower sugar concentration.