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accurateadjective

uk   us   /ˈæk.jʊ.rət/
B1 correct, exact, and without any mistakes: an accurate machine an accurate description The figures they have used are just not accurate. Her novel is an accurate reflection of life in Spain. We hope to become more accurate in predicting earthquakes.
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adverb uk   us   /-li/
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B1 The plans should be drawn as accurately as possible.
Translations of “accurate”
in Arabic دَقيق…
in Korean 정확한…
in Malaysian tepat, ingatan tepat…
in French exact, fidèle…
in Turkish doğru, tam…
in Italian esatto, preciso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 準確的, 精確的, 正確的…
in Russian точный…
in Polish dokładny…
in Vietnamese đúng đắn, chính xác…
in Spanish exacto, preciso, fiel…
in Portuguese exato, preciso…
in Thai ถูกต้อง, แม่นยำ, ไร้ข้อผิดพลาด…
in German genau…
in Catalan acurat, precís…
in Japanese 正確な, 的確な…
in Indonesian tepat, akurat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 准确的, 精确的, 正确的…
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