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1. (general)
a. impecable, intachable
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faultless [ˈfɔːltlɪs]
[+person, behaviour] intachable; impecable; [+appearance, clothing, logic] impecable; [+work, performance] perfecto
Hans's English was faultless Hans hablaba un inglés perfecto
it was a just reward for my faultless behaviour ladies dressed in faultless trousers and tinted shirts Like his manners, his garb was faultless. He wore an expensive, dark blue pinstripe suit His dinner jacket was faultless My poached scallops and lamb were faultless he threatened him and accused him of treachery, all in faultless German she liked sticking in the stamps and delivering faultless accounts to the auditing commission the faultless logic of his arguments she gave a near faultless performance a mistake which blighted an otherwise faultless performance when she grows up she will have a complexion as faultless as that of the girl on the magazine cover
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