1. sharply exact or accurate or delimited;
2. (of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct;
Her judgements on the present situation in the middle east are precise.
With her precise use of language and intimidating aspect, she was a typical traditional schoolmistress.
At that precise moment, Miss Pulteney came into the office.
These precise instruments have already gone into mass production.
A scientist must be precise in making tests.
He is precise in everything.
A lawyer needs a precise mind.
At the precise moment that I put my foot on the step, the bus started.
He gave the workers precise directives about what to do and how to do it.
I can't give you a precise date.
We cannot make a precise calculation of the price until we have all the costs.
Such undertakings require the precise planning and foresight of military operations.
She gave me clear and precise directions.
Can you give a more precise definition of the word?
He does not talk too much and what he has to say is precise and to the point.
More than a week ago, Thursday evening to be precise, Susanne was at her evening class.
The restaurant in which we ate that night had more people in it at 11pm, 51 more to be precise, than it did at 10pm.
The confession was not a precise record taken down contemporaneously during the interview.
It is written in a detached, precise style.
They speak very precise English.
Elgar supplied his works with precise indications of tempo.
I seem to remember giving you very precise instructions.
Each motion must be delicate and precise, involving tiny movements.
The precise details of the origins of life remain hidden.
He is precise and mildly donnish in manner.
It was difficult to measure the precise impact of the labor action.
The precise location of the wreck was discovered in 1988.
He is especially emphatic about the value of a precise routine.
I can remember the precise moment when my daughter came to see me and her new baby brother in hospital.
The satellite enables us to calculate their precise location anywhere in the world.
to be precise
used to indicate that one is now giving more exact or detailed information
there were not many—five, to be precise.
accurate, exact, precise, right, true, correct
There is relatively little information about precise, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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