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adjective /iɡˈzӕkt/
absolutely accurate or correct in every detail; the same in every detail; precise
What are the exact measurements of the room? For this recipe the quantities must be absolutely exact an exact copy What is the exact time? He walked in at that exact moment.
(of a person, his mind exact) capable of being accurate over small details
preciso, riguroso
Accountants have to be very exact.
exacting adjective requiring much effort or work from a person
a very exacting job.
exactly adverb just; quite; absolutely
He’s exactly the right man for the job.
in accurate detail; precisely
Work out the prices exactly What exactly did you say?
used as a reply meaning ’I quite agree’.
justo, exactamente
’We can’t afford to waste any time.’ ’Exactly.’
exactness noun
the exactness of a measurement.
Translations of “exact”
in Arabic بِالضَّبْط…
in Korean 정확한…
in Malaysian tepat…
in French exact, rigoureux…
in Turkish tam doğru, kesin…
in Italian esatto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精確的, 確切的, 正確的…
in Russian точный…
in Polish dokładny, ścisły…
in Vietnamese chính xác…
in Portuguese exato, preciso…
in Thai ถูกต้องแม่นยำ, ที่ละเอียดถี่ถ้วน…
in German genau, gewissenhaft…
in Catalan exacte…
in Japanese 正確な…
in Indonesian tepat, teliti…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精确的, 确切的, 正确的…
(Definition of exact from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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