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ac·cu·rate

 (ăk′yər-ĭt)
adj.
1. Conforming exactly to fact; errorless.
2. Deviating only slightly or within acceptable limits from a standard.
3. Capable of providing a correct reading or measurement: an accurate scale.
4. Acting or performing with care and precision; meticulous: an accurate proofreader.

[Latin accūrātus, done with care, past participle of accūrāre, to do with care : ad-, ad- + cūrāre, to care for (from cūra, care; see cure).]

ac′cu·rate·ly adv.
ac′cu·rate·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.accurately - with few mistakesaccurately - with few mistakes; "he works very accurately"
inaccurately - in an inaccurate manner; "this student works rather inaccurately and sloppily"
2.accurately - strictly correctlyaccurately - strictly correctly; "repeated the order accurately"

accurately

adverb
2. exactly, rightly, closely, correctly, definitely, truly, properly, precisely, nicely, strictly, faithfully, explicitly, unequivocally, scrupulously, truthfully His concept of 'power' could be more accurately described as 'control'.
3. precisely, absolutely, unerringly The more accurately you can aim, the fewer civilians you will kill.
Translations
přesně
præcist
totuudenmukaisesti
točno
pontosan
nákvæmlega
正確に
정확하게
točno
precist
อย่างแม่นยำ
một cách chính xác

accurately

[ˈækjʊrɪtlɪ] ADV [measure] → con exactitud; [calculate] → exactamente; [reflect, translate, copy, draw] → fielmente, exactamente; [inform, describe] → fielmente, con exactitud; [predict] → con exactitud; [shoot, aim] → certeramente

accurately

[ˈækjʊrətli] adv
(= precisely) [measure, calculate] → précisément, avec précision; [aim, shoot] → avec précision
(= correctly) [predict, describe] → précisément, avec précision

accurately

advgenau

accurately

[ˈækjʊrɪtlɪ] adv (see adj) → accuratamente, con esattezza, correttamente, con precisione, fedelmente

accurate

(ӕˈkjurət) adjective
1. exactly right. an accurate drawing.
2. making no mistakes. an accurate memory.
ˈaccurately adverb
accuracy noun

accurately

بِدِقَّة přesně præcist genau με ακρίβεια con exactitud totuudenmukaisesti exactement točno esattamente 正確に 정확하게 nauwkeurig nøyaktig dokładnie exatamente точно precist อย่างแม่นยำ doğru olarak một cách chính xác 准确地
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This comes about when a blunder is made, and that to which the relative is related is not accurately stated.
You, sir," - turning to the superior animal - "are, as he has accurately observed, a rabbit.
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At a distance it looks like an endless grave of fine sand, accurately shaped and nicely smoothed; but close by, it is found to be made mainly of rough boulders of all sizes, from that of a man's head to that of a cottage.
Hence it must happen that however accurately objects may be discriminated in themselves, and however accurately the discrimination may be considered, the definition of them may be rendered inaccurate by the inaccuracy of the terms in which it is delivered.
It is only indispensable with an inveterate running whale; its grand fact and feature is the wonderful distance to which the long lance is accurately darted from a violently rocking, jerking boat, under extreme headway.
Painting also seems useful to enable a man to judge more accurately of the productions of the finer arts: nor is it like the gymnastic exercises, which contribute to health and strength; for neither of these things do we see produced by music; there remains for it then to be the employment of our rest, which they had in view who introduced it; and, thinking it a proper employment for freemen, to them they allotted it; as Homer sings:
We cannot accurately estimate his genius in Austria or Prussia, for we have to draw our information from French or German sources, and the incomprehensible surrender of whole corps without fighting and of fortresses without a siege must incline Germans to recognize his genius as the only explanation of the war carried on in Germany.
The girl thought the arrogance and granite-heartedness of the magnate of the play was very accurately drawn.
Then he has no words hard enough for the man who does not recognise its sway; for, a member of society now, he realises accurately enough that against him he is powerless.
At length, on the 22d of September, less than a twelvemonth after Barbicane's original proposition, the enormous weapon, accurately bored, and exactly vertically pointed, was ready for work.
Elinor smiled again, to hear her sister describing so accurately their future expenses at Combe Magna.