inaccurately


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in·ac·cu·rate

 (ĭn-ăk′yər-ĭt)
adj.
Mistaken or incorrect; not accurate.

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

adverb imprecisely, carelessly, inexactly, clumsily, unreliably, unfaithfully He claimed his remarks had been reported inaccurately.
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Translations
netočno

inaccurately

[ɪnˈækjʊrətli] adv [report] → d'une manière inexacte
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inaccurately

advungenau; (= incorrectly)unrichtig
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inaccurately

[ɪnˈækjʊrɪtlɪ] adv (state, report, describe) → in modo inaccurato; (add up, multiply) → in modo inesatto; (translate) → in modo impreciso
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