[ US /ˈækjɝət/ ]
[ UK /ˈækjʊɹət/ ]
[ UK /ˈækjʊɹət/ ]
conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy
the accounting was accurate
an accurate reproduction
an accurate scale
(of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth; strictly correct
a precise measurement
a precise image
How To Use accurate In A Sentence
- 8. The reporters all want Obama to make the sort of inaccurate, snide, snipy comments that the Clintons are now firing off daily. Archive 2008-03-01
- It's not entirely accurate - the book is a bit darker than that, but there is a fair bit of lovable eccentricity to the characters.
- A quartz watch powered by a battery is constantly powered and tells accurate time all the time and do not need time adjustment.
- Physicians and hospitals fear the practice could unfairly penalize practitioners and say there's no way to benchmark quality accurately.
- It built that knowledge into the system; if you typed a word inaccurately, Google would give you the right results anyway. In the Plex
- In mining for precious stones such as diamonds, a method for accurately filtering the gems you want from the surrounding rock and soil is worth its weight in gold.
- His brother Jeremiah played a stormer at corner back and his accurate deliveries to his forwards were one of the highlights of his play.
- Tom Tedder's tragedy was that he had a perfectly accurate estimate of his own talents as an artist.
- It is very hard to match digital computing, which is designed for precise, accurate calculations, to this domain.
- Linear, scientific perspective allows for a fairly accurate mental reconstruction of the distances separating objects.