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precise

adjective /priˈsais/
exact
preciso, exacto
Give me his precise words precise instructions a precise translation.
careful to be accurate and exact in manner, speech etc
preciso
He is always very precise.
preciseness noun
precisión
precisely adverb exactly
precisamente
at midday precisely Precisely what do you mean? He spoke very precisely.
used to express complete agreement
precisamente, exactamente
’So you think we should wait until tomorrow?’ ’Precisely.’
precision /-ˈsiʒən/ noun exactness; accuracy
precisión
He spoke with great precision (also adjective) precision tools (=tools used for obtaining very accurate results).
Translations of “precise”
in Arabic دَقيق…
in Korean 정확한…
in Malaysian tepat, teliti…
in French précis…
in Turkish tam, kesin, kat'i…
in Italian preciso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 精確的, 準確的,確切的…
in Russian точный, именно этот…
in Polish dokładny, precyzyjny, akurat…
in Vietnamese chính xác, tỉ mỉ…
in Portuguese preciso, exato, certo…
in Thai แม่นยำ, พิถีพิถัน…
in German genau…
in Catalan precís, exacte…
in Japanese 正確な, 的確な…
in Indonesian tepat, cermat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 精确的, 准确的,确切的…
(Definition of precise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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