|(idiom) a small problem in what is othewise perfect||美中不足 [mei3 zhong1 bu4 zu2]|
|(idiom) to have no other alternative, (idiom) above criticism; perfect||无话可说 [wu2 hua4 ke3 shuo1]|
|(idiom) to have no other alternative, (idiom) above criticism; perfect||無話可說 [wu2 hua4 ke3 shuo1]|
|(saying) to be completely perfect||十全十美 [shi2 quan2 shi2 mei3]|
|a mouthful, (of speech) pure: perfect accent, substance of speech all of a kind (e.g. all lies), unreservedly (accept, agree, promise etc)||满口 [man3 kou3]|
|a mouthful, (of speech) pure: perfect accent, substance of speech all of a kind (e.g. all lies), unreservedly (accept, agree, promise etc)||滿口 [man3 kou3]|
|all the parts are in place, but small scale (Mencius), perfect in structure, but not much of it||具体而微 [ju4 ti3 er2 wei1]|
|all the parts are in place, but small scale (Mencius), perfect in structure, but not much of it||具體而微 [ju4 ti3 er2 wei1]|
|as if nothing had happened, remain calm, with perfect composure||若無其事|
|be in perfect agreement or harmony (usually said of intimate friends or lovers)||心投意合|
|be present at class or a meeting, attendance||出席|
|bodhi, knowledge, understanding, perfect wisdom, the illuminated, enlightened mind, Buddhisatwa||菩提|
|both loyal to one's country and filial to one's parents, be perfect both as a national hero and as a dutiful son||忠孝兩全|
|complete and perfect, nothing left out||周詳|
|complete and perfect, nothing left out||週 全|
|complete, accomplish, perfect tense (grammar)||完成 [wan2 cheng2]|
|complete, perfect, entire||齊全|
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