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Meaning of “precise” - Learner’s Dictionary

precise

adjective     /prɪˈsaɪs/
EXACT
B2 exact and accurate: precise details/instructions Their calendars were more precise than the one we use today. →  Opposite imprecise Accurate and exact
to be precise
B2 used to give exact details about something: We met in 1994 - October 1st to be precise.Accurate and exact
EMPHASIS [always before noun]
used to emphasize something that you are referring to: At that precise moment, the door opened.Accurate and exact
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