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Significado de “precise” - Diccionario Inglés

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preciseadjective

uk   /prɪˈsaɪs/  us   /prə-/
  • precise adjective (EXACT)

B2 exact and ​accurate: The bunker's precise ​location is a ​closelyguardedsecret. He ​caught me at the precise moment that I ​fainted. There was a good ​turnout for the ​meeting - twelve of us to be precise.

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(Definition of precise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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preciseadjective

 us   /prɪˈsɑɪs/
exact and ​accurate in ​form, ​time, ​detail, or ​description: The precise ​recipe is a ​closelyguardedsecret. Years of doing this ​research had made her very precise in her ​workingmethods. There was a good ​turnout for the ​meeting – twelve of us, to be precise.
(Definition of precise from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “precise”
en coreano 정확한…
en árabe دَقيق…
in Malaysian tepat, teliti…
en francés précis…
en ruso точный, именно этот…
en chino (tradicionál) 精確的, 準確的,確切的…
en italiano preciso…
en turco tam, kesin, kat'i…
en polaco dokładny, precyzyjny, akurat…
en español preciso, exacto…
in Vietnamese chính xác, tỉ mỉ…
en portugués preciso, exato, certo…
in Thai แม่นยำ, พิถีพิถัน…
en alemán genau…
en catalán precís, exacte…
en japonés 正確な, 的確な…
en chino (simplificado) 精确的, 准确的,确切的…
in Indonesian tepat, cermat…
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