imperfect

[ im-pur-fikt ]
/ ɪmˈpɜr fɪkt /

adjective

noun Grammar.

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Origin of imperfect

1300–50; < Latin imperfectus unfinished (see im-2, perfect); replacing Middle English imparfit < Middle French imparfait < Latin, as above

SYNONYMS FOR imperfect

ANTONYMS FOR imperfect

2 complete, developed.

OTHER WORDS FROM imperfect

im·per·fect·ly, adverbim·per·fect·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for imperfectness

imperfect
/ (ɪmˈpɜːfɪkt) /

adjective

noun

grammar
  1. the imperfect tense
  2. a verb in this tense

Derived forms of imperfect

imperfectly, adverbimperfectness, noun
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