Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) perfect or flawless, without fault
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The adjective 'impeccable' is used to describe something of the highest standard. Similar in meaning to 'flawless' or 'faultless'. 'Impeccable manners' for example are manners that are in line with or better than one might expect. This adjective is used more often in formal situations.
Professional Examples (Advance)
Congratulations, yourattendance record is impeccable. You haven't missed any days in work this year.
Aarav hasan impeccable sense of style. His clothes always look like they came straight from a magazine.
Social Examples (Advance)
The service in the restaurant was impeccable. I'd give the place 5 stars.
I hired a professional cleaner to come to my house. The cleaning wasimpeccable. Not a bit of dirt or mess anywhere.
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