accurateness

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ed lanetlenmiş
accursedly meşum olarak
meşum
uğursuzca
menfur
nefret uyandıran
melun
titizlik
kusursuzluk
accurate
{s} kesin

Yukarıdaki metin konuyla ilgili kesin bilgiler içermiyor. - The text above contains no accurate facts on the matter.

Olayla ilgili kesin bir rapor hazırladı. - He made an accurate report of the incident.

accurate
doğru

Sizin durum analiziniz doğrudur. - Your analysis of the situation is accurate.

Saatim sizinkinden daha doğru. - My watch is more accurate than yours.

accurate
{s} tam

Bu tamamen doğru gibi görünüyor. - This seems entirely accurate.

Ne olduğunu tam olarak anlattı. - He accurately described what happened there.

accurate
{s} yanlış yapmamaya özen gösteren
accurate
yanlışsız
accurate
hassas
accurate
hatasız

Tom rakamlarda hatasızdır. - Tom is accurate at figures.

accurate
dakik
accurate
ince
accurate
sahi
accurate
(Tekstil) ince (dakik)
accurate
ince accurately doğru olarak
accurate
kusursuz bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
The state or quality of being accurate; accuracy; exactness; nicety; precision
{n} exactness, nicety, care
{i} exactness, correctness, precision
accurate
In exact or careful conformity to truth, or to some standard of requirement, the result of care or pains; free from failure, error, or defect; exact; as, an accurate calculator; an accurate measure; accurate expression, knowledge, etc

For more than 90% of the figures (mostly drawn during 1976-1990), either a scale, or the given magnification, will allow the user to derive accurate measurements, even when these are lacking in the diagnosis.

accurate
Precisely fixed; executed with care; careful

Those conceive the celestial bodies have more accurate influences upon these things below.

accurate
conforming exactly to truth or to a standard
Accurate
exact or correct; without mistakes or errors
accurate
{a} exact, curious, nice, nicely done
Accurate
The extent to which premises in deductive arguments are truthful and verifiable (See 146)
Accurate
egzak, byen mezire
Accurate
An accurate measurement is one that gives the correct value on the average, i e there is no bias See also precise
Accurate
without error, precise, exactness to a specific degree or size, true to given dimensions
Accurate
Exact and precise Based on the latest information from a reliable source
Accurate
Without error Conforming to a standard
Accurate
Free from errors, mistakes, or distortion Correct connotes little more than absence of error; accurate implies a positive exercise of one to obtain conformity with fact or truth; exact stresses perfect conformity to fact, truth, or some standard; precise suggests minute accuracy of detail Accuracy is an important goal in critical thinking, though it is almost always a matter of degree It is also important to recognize that making mistakes is an essential part of learning and that it is far better that students make their own mistakes, than that they parrot the thinking of the text or teacher It should also be recognized that some distortion usually results whenever we think within a point of view or frame of reference Students should think with this awareness in mind, with some sense of the limitations of their own, the text's, the teacher's, the subject's perspective
Accurate
Information that is correct; also a characteristic of data 1 8, 1 19, 10 2, 10 11, 10 14
Accurate
pololei löa big: nui
Accurate
Careful, precise, exact, measured parts fit together
Accurate
means well and carefully done (Latin, ad-curare, accuratus )
Accurate
A modifier that indicates shoreline delineated in a regular, sufficiently controlled survey of any date Shoreline features with no accuracy modifier should be considered Accurate unless specified Approximate or Estimated (6)
Accurate
(see Full and accurate records)
accurate
An accurate statement or account gives a true or fair judgment of something. Joseph Stalin gave an accurate assessment of the utility of nuclear weapons They were accurate in their prediction that he would change her life drastically. inaccurate + accurately ac·cu·rate·ly What many people mean by the word `power' could be more accurately described as `control'
accurate
An accurate weapon or throw reaches the exact point or target that it was intended to reach. You can also describe a person as accurate if they fire a weapon or throw something in this way. The rifle was extremely accurate inaccurate + accurately ac·cu·rate·ly the technology to aim bombs accurately from aircraft. = precisely
accurate
You can use accurate to describe the results of someone's actions when they do or copy something correctly or exactly. Marks were given for accurate spelling and punctuation. inaccurate
accurate
Accurate information, measurements, and statistics are correct to a very detailed level. An accurate instrument is able to give you information of this kind. Police have stressed that this is the most accurate description of the killer to date Quartz timepieces are very accurate, to a minute or two per year. = precise inaccurate + accurately ac·cu·rate·ly The test can accurately predict what a bigger explosion would do
accurate
{s} precise, exact
accurate
(of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct; "a precise image"; "a precise measurement
accurate
conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy; "an accurate reproduction"; "the accounting was accurate"; "accurate measurements"; "an accurate scale"
accurate
honest
accurateness