- Perfect participle, also called past participle, is a verbal adjective to show action that is past or completed.
An example of a perfect participle is the word "repaired" in the phrase "repaired car."
perfect participle definition by Webster's New World
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perfect participle definition by American Heritage Dictionary
See past participle.