Definitions of "imperfect"
  1. A term referring to something that is not fully developed or completed
  2. Describes a legal obligation or right that cannot be fully carried out due to some restrictions or limitations
  3. Indicates a situation where something needed to fulfill a legal requirement is missing
How to use "imperfect" in a sentence
  1. Although the contract was signed, it was considered imperfect because it lacked a witness signature.
  2. Due to the absence of complete evidence, the case was termed as imperfect.
  3. The rights given by the court were imperfect, as they could only be exercised under specific conditions.

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