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Spanish translation of “accurate”

accurate

adjective /ӕˈkjurət/
exactly right
exacto, preciso
a technically accurate drawing of the building.
making no mistakes
fiel, preciso
an accurate memory.
accurately adverb
con exactitud
You have to accurately measure the ingredients.
accuracy noun
precisión, exactitud, fidelidad
This type of work requires extreme accuracy.
(Definition of accurate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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