accuracy
noun
ADJECTIVE
absolute, complete, deadly, perfect, pinpoint, total, unerring

The needle has to be positioned with pinpoint accuracy.

amazing, considerable, great, high (technical), remarkable, uncanny

He predicted the election results with uncanny accuracy.

reasonable, sufficient
improved, increased
factual, historical, scientific, technical

The film-makers went to great lengths to achieve historical accuracy in every detail.

… OF ACCURACY
degree, level

The missiles are capable of a very high degree of accuracy.

VERB + ACCURACY
achieve

Digital techniques achieve exceptionally high accuracy.

improve, increase

We are hoping to improve the accuracy of our forecasts.

check, confirm, test, verify
ensure

Great care is taken to ensure the accuracy of research data.

doubt, question

Many people began to question the accuracy of his statement.

PREPOSITION
with accuracy

It is possible to predict the outcome with reasonable accuracy.


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  • accuracy — UK US /ˈækjərəsi/ noun [U] ► the ability to do something without making mistakes: » She says she can type 85 words per minute with 90% accuracy. ► the quality of being correct and without mistakes: »The applicant has the right to challenge the… …   Financial and business terms

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  • accuracy — (n.) 1660s, from ACCURATE (Cf. accurate) + CY (Cf. cy) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • accuracy — [ak′yə rə sē] n. the quality or state of being accurate or exact; precision; exactness …   English World dictionary

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  • accuracy — ac|cu|ra|cy [ˈækurəsi] n [U] 1.) the ability to do something in an exact way without making a mistake ▪ He passes the ball with unerring accuracy. 2.) the quality of being correct or true ≠ ↑inaccuracy accuracy of ▪ worries about the accuracy of… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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