♦ accurate

♦ accurate /ˈækjərət/
a.
accurato; esatto; preciso; fedele: an accurate description, una descrizione esatta; accurate information, informazioni esatte; an accurate instrument, uno strumento preciso; an accurate likeness, un ritratto fedele.

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