impeccable vs. perfect

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password636

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China Chinese
Hi,

The two words seem to have the same meanings. Any differences? or interchangable? In real life, I hardly see someone using "impeccable".

Thanks,
 
  • vincix

    Senior Member
    Romanian
    Although they're synonymous, impeccable may also refer to someone who's innocent, incapable of causing trouble. "Perfect" has a larger meaning.
     
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