General English

  • adjective good in every way
  • verb to make something new and perfect

General Science

  • verb to make something that is completely free from errors or problems as possible


  • verb to develop or improve something until it is as good as it can be


  • Pertaining to a component, circuit, device, piece of equipment, system, process, operation, result, state, substance, or entity which corresponds to a theoretical ideal, or that conforms completely to a theory pertaining to a theoretical ideal. For example, a perfect radiator, or an engine which converts 100% of its input power or energy into useful power or energy, such as work. Also called ideal.
  • Having all that is essential to constitute a whole, or that which is complete.

Media Studies

  • verb to print the second side of a page


  • verb to improve something until it is completely correct