English vocabulary and translations (See all)
near-(perfect): almost (perfect)
Note that 'near-' is generally followed by an adjective, then a noun.
A near-perfect performance.
- "I want to thank you for your invaluable help over the last few weeks: Replacing the majority of our workforce with automatons and robots was no easy task, but your help in reducing our fragile, fleshy and weak human staff was done with ruthless, near robotic, efficiency."
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