Definition of to perfection in English:

to perfection


  • In a way that could not be better; perfectly.

    ‘a blue suit that showed off her blonde hair to perfection’
    • ‘The portions are massive, and the emphasis is on traditional dishes cooked to perfection.’
    • ‘As usual, her blonde tresses were styled to perfection and not a hair was sticking out.’
    • ‘The sardines, cooked to perfection in olive oil and lemon, were melt-in-the-mouth mesmeric.’
    • ‘This was a delicious dish, not blackened so much as to give it a charred taste, but cooked to perfection.’
    • ‘The meat was breaded and cooked to perfection, served with home-fries and carrots.’
    • ‘The steaks are too good to turn down and are cooked to perfection.’
    • ‘She had a unique sense of style, always impeccably groomed and dressed to perfection on every occasion.’
    • ‘The album is so perfect even the spaces between songs seem to be judged to perfection.’
    • ‘The batsman beautifully caresses the ball through extra cover, timing it to perfection.’
    • ‘There is certainly artistic satisfaction when a challenging sketch is done to perfection.’
    superbly, superlatively, excellently, flawlessly, faultlessly, to perfection, without fault, ideally, wonderfully, marvellously, magnificently, sublimely, admirably, inimitably, incomparably, impeccably, immaculately, exquisitely, consummately