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perfecto

[ per-fek-toh ]
/ pərˈfɛk toʊ /
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noun, plural per·fec·tos.

a rather thick, medium-sized cigar tapering almost down to a point at each end.

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Origin of perfecto

1890–95, Americanism;<Spanish: literally, perfect
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British Dictionary definitions for perfecto

perfecto
/ (pəˈfɛktəʊ) /

noun plural -tos

a large cigar that is tapered from both ends

Word Origin for perfecto

Spanish, literally: perfect
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