Ideal

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Definition

ideal: perfect
adjective
I've finally found my ideal man.

Examples

  • "So the lay-out is ideal."
  • "As a child, I often imagined myself talking to other people, so I feel that I would be ideal for the position as Director of Personnel."
  • "I guess that's my ideal woman."
  • "Return to the computer and try to put something solid (a 30cm lead plate is ideal) between you and the subject wearing the headset."
  • "Requires a huge wingspan and is not ideal for night flights."
  • "I also prefer central heating from natural gas rather than electricity, although if you can find an apartment with solar panels, that would be ideal."
  • "As a result of this experience, I have mastered my own emotions, which has made me the ideal candidate to interact with customers in a professional, calm and composed fashion."
  • "Someone who understands that I'm devoted to my work, and someone who accepts me as I am. Also, they need to like cats, and if they like algebra, that would be ideal."
  • "Brent : Sounds like my ideal holiday, Candy."
  • "I've developed a deep understanding of human reactions, which makes me the ideal candidate to interact with customers in a professional, calm and composed fashion."

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