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Unfortunately, the particular magazine in question also has a long history of being hideously accurate on many occasions. A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2003)The last piece of information Short had given him had proved accurate all right. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS (2003)The more accurate term, `defeat", would have been too brutal, too Anglo-Saxon. WALL GAMES (2003)
General Rashood's original estimate of the Russian position had been accurate to a degree. BARRACUDA 945 (2003)
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British English: accurate /ˈækjərɪt/ ADJECTIVE
Something that is accurate is correct to a detailed level.
That's a fairly accurate description of the man.
- American English: accurate
- Arabic: دَقِيق
- Brazilian Portuguese: exato
- Chinese: 准确的
- Croatian: točan
- Czech: přesný
- Danish: præcis
- Dutch: nauwkeurig
- European Spanish: exacto
- Finnish: totuudenmukainen
- French: exact
- German: genau
- Greek: ακριβής
- Italian: preciso
- Japanese: 正確な
- Korean: 정확한
- Norwegian: nøyaktig
- Polish: dokładny
- European Portuguese: exato
- Romanian: exact
- Russian: точный
- Spanish: exacto
- Swedish: precis
- Thai: แม่นยำ
- Turkish: doğru söz, eylem, sonuç
- Ukrainian: точний
- Vietnamese: chính xác
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