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Англо-русский строительный словарь - accurate


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Перевод с английского языка accurate на русский


точный; тщательный

accurate formation level — точность укладки земляного полотна

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  в соч.accurate to N decimal place — с точностью до N десятичных знаковaccurate to Nth decimal place — с точностью до N-го десятичного знакаvolumetrically accurate ...
Англо-русский машиностроительный словарь
  adj.  1) точный, правильный accurate within 0.001 mm - с точностью до 0,001 мм  2) тщательный  3) mil. меткий (о стрельбе) accurate fire - меткий огонь to take accurate aim - хорошо прицеливаться  4) tech. калиброванный accurate to dimension - точно по размеру Syn: correct, exact, nice, precise, right, true Ant: erroneous, false, inaccurate, incorrect, inexact, wrong ...
Англо-русский словарь
  прил. точный, правильный - complete and accurate information ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
  1) аккуратный 2) меткий 3) точный - stiffly accurate - uniformly accurate 4) четкий ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский научно-технический словарь
  точный; правильный ...
Англо-русский Русско-английски словарь по телекоммуникациям
  adj. 1 careful, precise; lacking errors. 2 conforming exactly with the truth or with a given standard. Derivatives accurately adv. Etymology: L accuratus done carefully, past part. of accurare (as AC-, cura care) ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
   adjective  Etymology: Latin accuratus, from past participle of accurare to take care of, from ad- + cura care  Date: 1596  1. free from error especially as the result of care an ~ diagnosis  2. conforming exactly to truth or to a standard ; exact providing ~ color  3. able to give an ~ result an ~ gauge  Synonyms: see correct  • ~ly adverb  • ~ness noun ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
  Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. 1. 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 ADJ • accurately The test can accurately predict what a bigger explosion would do. ADV 2. 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 ADJ • accurately What many people mean by the word ‘power’ could be more accurately described as ‘control’. ADV: ADV with v 3. 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 ADJ 4. 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 ADJ • accurately ...the technology to aim bombs accurately from aircraft. = precisely ADV: ADV with v ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
  ~ adj 1 ~ information, reports, descriptions etc are correct because all the details are true  (She was able to give the police an accurate description of her attacker. | a fairly accurate assessment of the situation) 2 an ~ measurement, calculation, record etc has been done in a careful and exact way and is completely correct 3 a machine that is ~ is able to do something in an exact way without making a mistake  (The cutter is accurate to within 1/2 a millimetre.) 4 an ~ shot, throw etc succeeds in hitting or reaching the thing that it is intended to hit  (a devastatingly accurate shot by the Brazilian captain) - ~ly adv  (It's impossible to predict the weather accurately.) ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
  - 1612, from L. accuratus "prepared with care, exact," pp. of accurare "take care of," from ad- "to" + curare "take care of." The notion of doing something carefully led to that of being exact. ...
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