accurateadjectiveuk us /ˈæk.jʊ.rət/
- We'll need accurate costings before we can agree to fund the scheme.
- The number is accurate to three decimal places.
- The film makes no attempt to be historically accurate.
- Her predictions turned out to be uncannily accurate.
- I hereby certify that the above information is true and accurate.
- For the experiment to be valid, it is essential to record the data accurately.
- Great precision is required to align the mirrors accurately.
- It's still not possible to accurately predict the occurrence of earthquakes.
- There is a trade-off between doing the job accurately and doing it quickly.
- It was my brief to make sure that the facts were set down accurately.