perfection

perfection
1. n совершенствование, усовершенствование

the path of perfection — путь к совершенству

2. n завершение

they bring no fruit to perfection — они ничего не доводят до завершения

3. n совершенство, безупречность

perfection itself — само совершенство

a rare perfection of form — редкое совершенство формы

to attain perfection — достичь совершенства

to perfection — в совершенстве

done to perfection — безупречно сделано

to play a piece of music to perfection — безупречно исполнить музыкальное произведение

emulative of perfection — стремящийся к совершенству

approach to perfection — приближаться к совершенству

to aim at perfection — стремиться к совершенству

aproach to perfection — близкий к совершенству

the pitch of perfection — верх совершенства

4. n высшая ступень, верх

the perfection of kindness — верх доброты

acme of perfection — верх совершенства

5. n законченность, завершённость

perfection of detail — законченность деталей

6. v редк. совершенствовать
Синонимический ряд:
1. completion (noun) achievement; capping; completion; consummation; crowning; culmination; fulfillment; fulfilment; maturation; purification; realisation; realization
2. education (noun) education; preparation; teaching; training
3. exactness (noun) absoluteness; accuracy; correctness; exactitude; exactness; justness; preciseness; precision; rightness
4. excellence (noun) arete; beauty; distinction; excellence; excellency; extraordinariness; faultlessness; flawlessness; goodness; holiness; ideality; impeccability; incomparability; merit; purity; quality; superiority; supremacy; transcendence; virtue
5. integrity (noun) completeness; entireness; integrity; wholeness
6. paragon (noun) crown; ideal; idealisation; idealization; model; paragon; quintessence; standard; summit; ultimate
Антонимический ряд:
average; impurity; inaccuracy; mediocrity

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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  • perfection — [ pɛrfɛksjɔ̃ ] n. f. • v. 1150; lat. perfectio, onis « complet achèvement » I ♦ Degré le plus haut dans une échelle de valeurs. 1 ♦ État, qualité de ce qui est parfait, spécialt dans le domaine moral (bien) et esthétique (beau). « C est à la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • perfection — Perfection. s.f. Qualité de ce qui est parfait dans son genre. En ce sens il n a point de pluriel. Grande perfection. tendre à la perfection. atteindre à la perfection. chercher la perfection. approcher de la perfection. travailler à la… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Perfection — Per*fec tion, n. [F. perfection, L. perfectio.] 1. The quality or state of being perfect or complete, so that nothing requisite is wanting; entire development; consummate culture, skill, or moral excellence; the highest attainable state or degree …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • perfection — I noun accomplishment, achievement, attainment, climax, completeness, completion, consummation, correctness, crown, crowning point, culmination, development, effectuation, elaboration, entireness, exactitude, exactness, excellence, faultlessness …   Law dictionary

  • perfection — When a secured creditor has taken the required steps to perfect his lien, the lien is senior to any liens that arise after perfection. A mortgage is perfected by recording it with the county recorder; a lien in personal property is perfected by… …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • perfection — early 13c., from O.Fr. perfection (12c.), from L. perfectionem, noun of action from perficere (see PERFECT (Cf. perfect) (adj.)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • perfection — Perfection, Consummatio, Perfectio, Absolutio, Expletio. Adjouster la perfection à l oeuvre, Palaestram et liniamenta vltimae expolitionis addere operi vel arti, B. ex Cic …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • perfection — [pər fek′shən] n. [ME perfeccioun < OFr < L perfectio] 1. the act or process of perfecting 2. the quality or condition of being perfect; extreme degree of excellence according to a given standard 3. a person or thing that is the perfect… …   English World dictionary

  • Perfection — Per*fec tion, v. t. To perfect. [Obs.] Foote. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • perfection — virtue, merit, *excellence Antonyms: failing …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • perfection — [n] achievement, completeness accomplishment, achieving, acme, arete, completion, consummation, crown, ending, entireness, evolution, exactness, excellence, excellency, exquisiteness, faultlessness, finish, finishing, fulfillment, ideal, idealism …   New thesaurus


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