Originating in Latin perfectus, the word perfect describes the thing, organism or individual that meets the highest possible level from excellence in relation to the other elements of the same species or nature. If something is perfect, there is no chance of doing better, since there is nothing superior to what has already been achieved. For example: “This is the perfect car: it is cheap, spends little and offers many amenities”, “It was the perfect trip: we enjoyed ten days in pure sunshine, we rested and met new places”, "Everything went perfect at the party, luckily we had a great time".
Of course, the notion of perfection has a certain degree of subjectivity since, in a way, the completely perfect does not exist. Taking the above examples, perhaps it would be possible for the “Perfect car” it was even cheaper or that the “Perfect trip” It has been a little more extensive.
Perfect is also what the top level of a particular quality or defect : “Ricardo is a perfect administrator who manages to make the most of the available resources”, "I can hardly recognize him, but the truth is that this man is a perfect idiot".
However, we cannot forget that this concept that we are addressing is also very present in the field of Law. Specifically, this sector uses what is known as a perfect contract.
A denomination that with which what is intended to be expressed is that this document or agreement, whether written or oral, has all the necessary and required requirements so that it has the corresponding and necessary legal efficacy.
For the field of mathematics, the group of perfect numbers It is composed of figures from the set of natural numbers that are equal to the sum of their own positive sign divisors, not counting themselves. An example of a perfect number is the 6 , since it has as its own positive divisors the 1 , 2 and at 3 , and the sum of these digits (1+2+3 ) is equal to himself (6 ).
In linguistics , the grammatical aspect is a property of the verbs to account for the termination or not of the action at the time of the enunciation. He perfect look He points out that the action has already ended, while the imperfect aspect reflects an unfinished action.
Thus, in the field of Language, we find a series of verbal forms that make use of the perfect term that we are now analyzing. Thus, there is the perfect conditional, the perfect future, the past perfect, the past perfect compound or the past perfect simple.
And all this without forgetting what is known as perfect rhyme. This is a composition of poetic type that is characterized fundamentally by the fact that it occurs between two or more verses that in its last words coincide its phonemes from what is the stressed vowel.
This is what is also known as consonant, or perfect, rhyme, which has been used throughout the History of Literature by great authors such as Antonio Machado or Félix María de Samaniego, among others.
Finally, it should be added that the world of cinema has also used the term at hand. Thus, we find films such as "A perfect world" (2011), "The perfect unknown" (2011) or "Perfect Plan" (2012).