In precise or cautious conformity to truth or even some standard of requirement caused by care or pains free of failure error or defect exact as a precise calculator an accurate measure accurate expression knowledge an such like
- (of a few ideas, images, representations, expressions) described as perfect conformity to fact or truth; purely correct
- complying precisely or almost exactly to point or to a regular or carrying out with total accuracy
- In precise or careful conformity to truth, or even to some standard of necessity, caused by attention or discomforts; free of failure, error, or defect; precise; since, an exact calculator; an precise measure; accurate phrase, understanding, etc.
- properly fixed; executed properly; cautious.
really agreeing and exercising requirements of due diligence. Financial statements tend to be validated for correctness. Relate to precise.
1610s, "done with care," from Latin accuratus "prepared properly, exact, sophisticated," past participle of accurare "take proper care of," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + curare "take proper care of" (see treatment). The notion of performing something carefully generated that being exact (1650s). Associated: precisely; accurateness.
Factual or honest, or closely conforming to an objective standard ascertained through painstaking attention or research. Dimensions or statements are precise when they have been validated due to their correctness. See also accurate.
(a.) In precise or mindful conformity to truth, or even some standard of requirement, caused by attention or discomforts; free of failure, error, or defect; specific; because, a precise calculator; a detailed measure; precise phrase, understanding, etc.
- (a.) exactly fixed; executed properly; mindful.
The chief drawback to type A is that the errors of the screw are liable to change by wear, otherwise the apparatus, as made and used at Potsdam, is, on the whole, a convenient and accurate one.