perfectadjective

  • ja非の打ちどころ[欠点]のない、申し分のない、完全な
  • enhaving all the required or desirable elements, qualities, or characteristics; excellent and as good as it is possible to be

Examples

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You're not dating anybody, are you?
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Because I met somebody who would be perfect for you.
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Ah, you see, "perfect" might be a problem.
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Had you said, "co-dependent" or "self-destructive"...
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Do you want a date, Saturday?
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Yes, please.
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Okay.
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He is cute, he's funny, he —
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He's a "he"?
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Well, yeah.
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Oh, God.
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I just... I thought...
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You're not.
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Why did you text me?
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Did you break up with somebody?
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- Do you hate your job? - No.
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Please don't bullshit me that your life is so brilliantly perfect.
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Because if it was, you wouldn't have texted "run."
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And you wouldn't be sitting on this train.
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You texted "run" back.
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So this bag of pellets is your lunch?
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Yup, it's the perfect food for the human man.
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You want some?
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No!
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I just think it's crazy you won't date a short guy.
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You really think that at any moment,
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some taller-than-you, perfect guy is gonna walk through that door?
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Okay.
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We dreamed about the perfect wedding...
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in the perfect place...
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with the perfect 4-tiered wedding cake...
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with the little people on top.
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Looking good out there, Mrs. Wheeler.
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Thank you.
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Perfect form.
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Well, your form is amazing.
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I'm sorry, I mean, I've seen you teaching.
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Swimming lessons.
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You know I could teach you, if you like.
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Oh, Andy.
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- I thought of one last tact you can take with Pam. - Yeah? What?
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Quick question: Do you play the guitar?
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I play the banjo.
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Hold on, let me think about that.
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Yes, that'll work.
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But can you sing in a sexy, high falsetto voice?
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- You know I can, my man. - Yup, that's perfect.
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What makes her beautiful?
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Everything.
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She's perfect.
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I like her nails.
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Okay, be more specific.
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I like her fingernails.
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I like her purple dress.
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Smelly cat, smelly cat.
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It's not your fault.
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- Wow, that's great. - Oh, yeah?
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You know, you could totally sell this.
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It'd be perfect for a kitty litter campaign.

Other meanings for perfect...

perfectverb

  • ja完全なものにする、全部をそろえる
  • ento improve or make something as good as you are able to
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Quick phone call for you guys.
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Keep going.
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- Eight. Nine. - Hello?
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- Ten. - You got it?
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Very funny, Jim.
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Yeah, Jim. Way to mock us for perfecting our bodies.
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Our first presentation is from the wizard of Menlo Park, Mr. Thomas Edison,
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who will be demonstrating some new inventions.
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Thank you, thank you.
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Now, for my first invention, I present for you all the phonograph!
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Took thousands of hours for me to perfect,
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a scientific marvel that can record the sound of someone's voice.
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No, I think that it’s a lot slower-paced on movies and it’s a lot quicker-paced on TV shows.
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But on movies, you get to perfect what you made a mistake on, which I like about.
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So I like them equally the same.
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Winter Skye asks,
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"How can I perfect my British accent without going to Britain?"
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YouTube to the rescue.
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Just google people with British accents,
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and just practice, practice, practice.
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Chef, so how long did it take you to perfect this dough?
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Yeah, it probably took almost 2 years.
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Wow.
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To really get it figured out.
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Maybe a little more.
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Our dough is a little more delicate so we kind of treat it in a very specific way.
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I was reading that he has some very, very interesting cosmetology skills.
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Would you like to share with us what it is that he has perfected the art of?
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He braids my hair at night.
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And it’s really sweet, it’s so sweet.
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First up, we have Rapunzel's freshly baked cookies.
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Eighteen years locked in a tower really gives a person the time to perfect a chocolate chip cookie recipe.
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- They smell really good too. - Mm-hmm.
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I'm just such a fan of a cookie that looks like a scone.