In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(state, quality)perfección femininewe don't expect perfection — no esperamos la perfección absoluta
- to do sth to perfection — hacer algo a la perfección
- The decade she spent looking for the paragon of perfection would not go in vain.
- The issue here is not technical perfection, or aspects of image quality.
- Is it the pursuit of perfection, a realisation of pragmatism, the search for the divine or perhaps baser instincts which drive us into wanting someone?
- Remember, this is a world-class hotel, and absolute perfection is expected of all its employees.
- We must place our efforts into nearing perfection, not demanding it of others.
- His dancing isn't trendy, nor is it the pinnacle of technical perfection.
- From the outset the plan for this website was to highlight all the forms of perfection this wonderful property offers.
- The thumb and index finger form a circle which represents the perfection of wisdom.
- In order that man devote himself totally to achieving spiritual perfection, many forms of labor will become obsolete.
- Regardless, all this needs to attain perfection is a few minutes shaved off of the overall running time.
- Characters take turns bemoaning their frustrations or looking at the unattainable perfection of the stars.
- It is not everyday that you are given the fortune of acquainting yourself with an quintessence of perfection like me.
- I mean, I spent 30 years in the world of physical perfection, right?
- You are greeted by yet another beautiful day, dazzling in its perfection.
- In today's society, the goal of obtaining physical perfection is quite common.
- They can't expect perfection or permanence, and they must bow to universal usage.
- He hated mediocrity and always strived for perfection and excellence.
- Fortunately, I have honed the whole smiling and nodding thing to near perfection.
- Certainly, it is undemonstrative in its perfection; but that very perfection is a quality we should treasure.
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