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inaccurate

adjective uk   /ɪˈnæk.jʊ.rət/ us    /-jɚ.ət/
B2 not completely correct or exact, or not able to do something correctly or exactly: Their estimate of the cost of the project was wildly (= extremely) inaccurate. an inaccurate device/weapon
inaccurately
adverb uk   /-li/ us  
Translations of “inaccurate”
in Korean 부정확한…
in Arabic غَيْر دَقيق…
in French inexact…
in Turkish hatalı, yanlış, doğru olmayan…
in Italian inesatto, impreciso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不準確的, 不精確的…
in Russian неточный, неправильный…
in Polish nieścisły, niedokładny…
in Spanish impreciso, inexacto…
in Portuguese impreciso, incorreto, inexato…
in German ungenau…
in Catalan inexacte, erroni…
in Japanese 不正確な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不准确的, 不精确的…
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