imperfect definition

  • adjective:
    • Not perfect.
    • Grammar Of or being the tense of a verb that displays, often in past times, an action or a disorder as incomplete, constant, or coincident with another action.
    • Botany Having either stamens or a pistil only. Applied of a flower.
    • Law maybe not lawfully enforceable: an imperfect agreement.
    • maybe not perfect
    • unisexual: having either male (with stamens) or feminine (with pistil) flowers, although not with both.
    • popular or anticipated to be polyphyletic, at the time of a questionnaire taxon.
    • maybe not perfect; not total in most its components; desiring a part; deective; deficient.
    • Wanting in a few elementary organ that's important to successful or normal task.
    • Not rewarding its design; maybe not recognizing a great; not conformed to a typical or guideline; maybe not fulfilling the flavor or conscience; esthetically or morally defective.
    • desiring in moral strength, nerve, or will; having the qualities of guy rather than e.g. divine beings
    • perhaps not perfect; defective or insufficient
  • noun:
    • some merchandise having a small flaw that doesn't impair its use, frequently offered at a discount.
    • Grammar The imperfect tight.
    • Grammar A verb inside imperfect tight.
    • anything having a flaw
    • A tense of verbs used in explaining a past action this is certainly incomplete or continuous.
    • The imperfect tight; and/or kind of a verb denoting the imperfect tight.
    • In grammar, an imperfect tight; a past constant tense.
    • a tense of verbs found in explaining activity that's on-going
  • verb-transitive:
    • To make imperfect.
  • others:
    • Not perfect; lacking completeness, correctness, or excellence; falling in short supply of a regular or perfect; defective; partial: as, an imperfect content of a novel; imperfect eyesight.
    • described as or at the mercy of flaws; not entirely great; frail; insufficient.
    • In gram., designating partial or continuous activity, or activity or problem conceived like in procedure when something different occurs, such as Latin amabat, French aimait, Greek ε%27λνε, as distinguished from quick past types (aoristic), without additional implication, amavit, aima, ε%27λνσε.
    • In music. Start to see the expressions below.
    • Unjust; unjust.
    • fragile, erring.
    • To make imperfect.

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