English - Vietnamese Dictionary
accurate /'ækjurit/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- đúng đắn, chính xác, xác đáng
- an accurate watch: đồng hồ chính xác
- an accurate remark: một nhận xét xác đáng
+conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy
+(of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct
Advanced English Dictionary
1 exact, correct, error-free, precise:
She gave an accurate description of the events. There is a nice distinction between 'accurate' and 'precise'.
2 careful, meticulous, nice, with an eye to or for detail, scrupulous, conscientious:
Marvin is a very accurate typist.
3 unerring, on target, Colloq on the mark, spot on (target):
This rifle is accurate if you allow for the wind.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
1 correct and true in every detail: an accurate description / account / calculation + accurate information / data + Accurate records must be kept. + The police are trying to obtain a more accurate picture of crime levels.
2 able to give completely correct information or to do sth in an exact way: a highly accurate electronic compass + accurate to within 3 mm + My watch is not very accurate. + Scientists have found a more accurate way of dating cave paintings.
3 an accurate throw, shot, weapon, etc. hits or reaches the thing that it was aimed at
accurately adverb: The article accurately reflects public opinion. + You need to hit the ball accurately.
His predictions proved accurate.
deadly, extremely, highly, very | amazingly, remarkably, surprisingly, uncannily | completely, perfectly, totally | not completely, not entirely, not quite, not strictly, not wholly
The figures he gave were not strictly accurate.
| partially | broadly, fairly, generally, largely, pretty, quite, reasonably, sufficiently | historically, statistically
full and accurate
He gave a full and accurate account of his movements.
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