accurate

['ækjərət]
adj
1) точный

Are your scales accurate? — У вас точные весы?

He is very accurate in his work. — Он точен в своей работе.

It would be accurate to say that he is lazy. — Точнее сказать - он ленив.

He is always accurate in his use of words. — Он всегда точен в выборе слов.

He is very accurate in spelling — он грамотно пишет.

He was always accurate as to the facts he gave in his reports. — Он скрупулезно относится к приводимым им фактам.

He is always accurate in what he says and does. — Он всегда точен во всем, что он говорит и делает.

This device is accurate to (within) 0, 001 mm. — Этот прибор дает показания с точностью до 0, 001 мм.

- accurate translation
- accurate account
- accurate descriptions
- be accurate in one's calculation
2) осторожный, тщательный, внимательный
- be more accurate with one's figures
- be accurate with your quotations
USAGE:
Несмотря на внешнее подобие английского accurate и русского прилагательного "аккуратный", между этими словами никакой связи нет. Русскому прилагательному "аккуратный" в значении "опрятный, убранный" соответствуют английские neat, tidy: a tidy room чисто убранная комната; a neat girl аккуратная девушка, ср. give me an accurate report of what has happened мне нужен точный доклад о случившемся; is your clock accurate? ваши часы точны/правильно идут

Большой англо-русский учебный словарь сочетаемости. . 2010.

Смотреть что такое "accurate" в других словарях:

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  • ACCURATE — (A Center for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Auditable, and Transparent Elections) was established in 2005 by a group of computer scientists, psychologists and policy experts to address problems with electronic voting. The NSF funded organization… …   Wikipedia

  • accurate — UK US /ˈækjərət/ adjective ► correct and without any mistakes: accurate data/details/information »Internet communication instantly provides timely and accurate data for evaluating investment opportunities. »The aim at all times is to have an… …   Financial and business terms

  • accurate — [adj1] precise authentic, careful, close, concrete, correct, defined, definite, deft, detailed, discriminating, discriminative, distinct, exact, explicit, factual, faithful, genuine, judicious, just, literal, matter of fact, methodical,… …   New thesaurus

  • accurate — ► ADJECTIVE 1) correct in all details. 2) capable of or successful in reaching the intended target. DERIVATIVES accuracy noun accurately adverb. USAGE On the distinction between accurate and precise, see the note at …   English terms dictionary

  • accurate — [ak′yə rət] adj. [L accuratus, pp. of accurare < ad , to + curare, to take care < cura, care: see CURE] 1. careful and exact 2. free from mistakes or errors; precise 3. adhering closely to a standard [an accurate thermometer] SYN. CORRECT… …   English World dictionary

  • accurate — I adjective actual, authentic, bona fide, careful, clear cut, conscientious, correct, defect free, dependable, direct, errorless, exact, executed with care, explicit, factual, faithful, faultless, free of error, genuine, inerrant, literal,… …   Law dictionary

  • accurate — (adj.) 1610s, done with care, from L. accuratus prepared with care, exact, elaborate, pp. of accurare take care of, from ad to (see AD (Cf. ad )) + curare take care of (see CURE (Cf. cure)). The notion of doing something carefully led to that of… …   Etymology dictionary

  • accurate — *correct, exact, precise, nice, right Analogous words: true, veracious (see corresponding nouns at TRUTH): *impeccable, errorless, flawless, faultless: punctilious, meticulous, *careful Antonyms: inaccurate Contrasted words: *careless, heedles …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • accurate — [[t]æ̱kjʊrət[/t]] ♦♦♦ 1) ADJ GRADED 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… …   English dictionary

  • accurate — 01. I m not sure of the time; my watch doesn t seem to be very [accurate]. 02. The witness gave an [accurate] description of the criminal she even knew his eye color! 03. It was hard to get an [accurate] count of the number of people in the room… …   Grammatical examples in English

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