Definition of unperfect in English:

unperfect

Pronunciation /(ˌ)ʌnˈpəːfɪkt/

adjective

rare
  • 1Lacking in some quality, attribute, or part necessary for full, efficient, and successful operation or action, or adequacy for the intended purpose; incomplete, defective, or flawed in some way; imperfect. Of something immaterial or abstract.

  • 2Of a material thing.

  • 3Of a person: not thoroughly accomplished or practised in a skill or pursuit; inexpert, unskilled.

Origin

Late Middle English (in an earlier sense). From un- + perfect, in early use partly after classical Latin imperfectus imperfect.