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+ moment she could no longer control the downward curve of + daughter who entertained such fond and inaccurate thoughts about her. AT THE STROKE OF TWELVE (2005)Photo she sent us quite inaccurate -- she actually looks 12 not 14 & is tiny like a doll. AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
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British English: inaccurate /ɪnˈækjʊrɪt/ ADJECTIVE
If a statement or measurement is inaccurate, it is not accurate or correct.
The book is inaccurate and untrue.
- American English: inaccurate
- Arabic: غَيْرُ دَقِيقٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: impreciso
- Chinese: 不准确
- Croatian: netočan
- Czech: nepřesný
- Danish: upræcis
- Dutch: onnauwkeurig
- European Spanish: inexacto
- Finnish: epätarkka
- French: inexact
- German: ungenau
- Greek: ανακριβής
- Italian: inesatto
- Japanese: 不正確な
- Korean: 부정확한
- Norwegian: unøyaktig
- Polish: nieścisły
- European Portuguese: impreciso
- Romanian: imprecis
- Russian: неточный
- Spanish: inexacto
- Swedish: oriktig
- Thai: ไม่เที่ยงตรง
- Turkish: doğru olmayan
- Ukrainian: неточний
- Vietnamese: không chính xác
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