Từ điển trực tuyến - Online Dictionary

English - Vietnamese Dictionary
exact /ig'zækt/
  • tính từ
    • chính xác, đúng, đúng dắn
      • exact sciences: khoa học chính xác
  • ngoại động từ (+ from, of)
    • tống (tiền...); bắt phải nộp, bắt phải đóng, bóp nặn (thuế...)
    • đòi hỏi, đòi khăng khăng, đòi hỏi cấp bách
Concise Dictionary
+claim as due or just
+take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs
+marked by strict and particular and complete accordance with fact
+(of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct

Thesaurus Dictionary
1 precise, accurate, correct, faithful, true, faultless, identical, literal, perfect, consummate:
This is an exact copy of the original. Were those her exact words?
2 careful, meticulous, strict, rigorous, accurate, exacting, severe, fastidious, scrupulous, thorough, painstaking, rigid, punctilious:
He has conducted the most exact experiments.
3 demand, extort, require, enforce, insist on or upon, extract, impose, wrest, compel, enjoin, call for, requisition, claim:
The chief exacted tribute before releasing the prisoners.
Advanced English Dictionary
adjective, verb
+ adjective
1 correct in every detail; accurate: She gave an exact description of the attacker. + an exact copy / replica of the painting + We need to know the exact time the incident occurred. + What were his exact words? + She's in her mid-thirties-thirty-six to be exact. + The colours were an exact match. + He started to phone me at the exact moment I started to phone him (= at the same time). + The two men were exact contemporaries at university. + Her second husband was the exact opposite of her first (= completely different).
2 (of people) very accurate and careful about details
3 (of a science) using accurate measurements and following set rules: Assessing insurance risk can never be an exact science.
exactness noun [U]
+ verb [VN] ~ sth (from sb) (formal)
1 to demand and get sth from sb: She was determined to exact a promise from him.
2 to make sth bad happen to sb: Stress can exact a high price from workers (= can affect them badly). + He exacted (= took) a terrible revenge for their treatment of him.
exaction noun [C, U] (formal)

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