Present-perfect meaning

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A verb in the present perfect tense.
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Present perfect is a tense of a word that indicates that an action has ended but not at a definite time.

An example of the use of the present perfect tense is in the sentence, "He has brought his paper."

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A tense indicating an action as completed or a state as having ended at the time of speaking but not at any definite time in the past.
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(grammar) A perfect tense that expresses action in the past (usually completed) with consequences in the present time.
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The verb tense expressing action completed at the present time, formed in English by combining the present tense of have with a past participle, as in He has spoken.
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A verb form in this tense (Ex.: has gone)
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