[per-fek-tuh] /pərˈfɛk tə/
1971, from American Spanish perfecta, shortened from quiniela perfecta “perfect quiniela,” a bet in horseracing (see quinella).
noun, Bookbinding. 1. a technique for binding books by a machine that cuts off the backs of the sections and glues the leaves to a cloth or paper backing. noun 1. See adhesive binding
noun, Music. 1. a cadence in which the tonic chord has its root in both bass and soprano.
- Perfect competition
noun 1. (economics) a market situation in which there exists a homogeneous product, freedom of entry, and a large number of buyers and sellers none of whom individually can affect price
noun 1. .