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perfecto inglés:

1. perfect


Perfect!
A perfect knowledge of a few writers and a few subjects is more valuable than a superficial one of a great many.
The perfect home would use only green energy that doesn’t damage the environment.
During the holidays, some university students go to Africa as volunteers and help to perfect local wildlife conservation.
Japanese children brought up overseas sometimes face great difficulty in adjusting themselves to Japanese schools after returning, even though they have a perfect command of Japanese.
There appeared at this time a lady at Court, who drew the eyes of the whole world; and one may imagine she was a perfect beauty, to gain admiration in a place where there were so many fine women.
Even people with perfect pitch sometimes have a hard time with Mandarin, let alone Cantonese.
Tim produced a perfect alveolar trill for a straight minute. The rest of the Spanish class envied and despised this vulgar display of power.
The most perfect ape cannot draw an ape; only man can do that; but, likewise, only man regards the ability to do this as a sign of superiority.
When challenged to pronounce "shibboleth", Christopher Columbus did it in such a perfect way, that he was instantly recognized as the new leader of the natives' army.
You were always a perfect 'superhuman' to an infuriating extent, and so that 'habit' was actually one of your cute, or rather charming, attributes.
As all kinds of communication methods are proliferating, human relationships are weakening. This is a perfect example of mistaking means for ends.
Of course you can't say that it's worth nothing because it isn't perfect, so that doesn't mean that GTD is useless.

Inglés palabraperfecto"(perfect) ocurre en conjuntos:

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