At that exact moment, I sneezed unexpectedly.
I'm a professor, or rather an associate professor, to be exact.
Exact change, please.
You need to have exact change to pay the toll of the expressway.
the exact opposite
Capitalism is the exploitation of man by man. Communism is the exact opposite.
Scholarship must always be exact whether it is interesting or not.
Where a painting's general sense seems clear, moreover, the exact decoding of its content remains in doubt.
In this instance we are provided with an exact account of the conversation between the two poets.
She gave an exact description of the attacker. I'm afraid I can't give you the exact details of the show yet.
I exacted a promise from Ros that she wouldn't say a word.
The exact mechanism of the antitumour activity of doxorubicin is not known.
A woman tries to get an exact measurement. An example of something exact is a measurement of water that is completely accurate.
1. I bet I could guess your exact height. / 2. Are you able to define the exact moment at which current events become history?
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The film review was quite accurate. It said the plot was poor but the acting was good; which was true.
How accurate is your spelling in your native language.
1. You saw how accurate I can be, how lethal. / 2. You know I like to be accurate.
men remember unpleasant and sexual experiences far more accurately than women.
Such an accurate, lightning-quick reply. What can I say?
A stupid man's report of what a clever man says is never accurate, because he unconsciously translates what he hears into something that he can understand.
You speak pretty highly of him but you're directly involved. I think my less charitable view might be more accurate since I can look at things objectively.
Honestly, I am not the most accurate person on earth.
And be accurate, in other words, be precise and tell the truth. Don't invent things.
I therefore voted for the use of the term 'incitement' rather than 'provocation', since this is more accurate and gives less leeway.
accurate = careful and exact.
The figures they have used are just not accurate. We hope to become more accurate in predicting earthquakes.
It's not an accurate description. (To nie jest dokładny opis.) She is very accurate in her calculations. (Ona jest bardzo dokładna w swoich wyliczeniach.) Did you give her accurate directions? (Czy dałeś jej dokładne instrukcje?)
Over time memories become less accurate, because they are changed by our brain every time we remember them.
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He's not a very meticulous guy.
It is not necessary to be meticulous.
This book is the result of meticulous research.
= fastidious Everything was done with meticulous care.
You were so meticulous about so many things.
This accounting job requires a meticulous person
Their room had been prepared with meticulous care. meticulous planning
Rees paints a meticulous portrait of the post-9/11 community of Little Palestine and the tension of cultures trying to co-exist.
He is very meticulous, he is very careful to every detail
"You must be fastidious and meticulous in the search for true love."
No one was more adept at demolishing a woman’s self-confidence while treating her with meticulous, indeed almost insulting, consideration and courtesy.
I'm a meticulous person. I pay attention to details.
She’s meticulous about her work.
Many hours of meticulous preparation have gone into writing the book.
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A thorough investigation is now in progress.
He is very thorough about everything.
The research director had the department do a thorough job in testing the new product.
I thoroughly agree
there's been very thorough research in cognitive science on types of human error
1. The guy that worked on this case was very thorough. / 2. Let me conduct a thorough medical examination, take some samples, test some medication.
The guy that worked on this case was very thorough.
It would appear that they have been very thorough with their research.
The teacher is very thorough when she tests us in class and we have to answer lots of questions
This is a very thorough analysis. (To jest bardzo dokładna analiza.) My car needs a thorough check-up. (Mój samochód potrzebuje gruntownego przeglądu
Make sure you wash your hands thoroughly after cleaning the bathrooms / We did a thorough search of the house, but we couldn't find my car keys
They did a thorough search of the area but found nothing. They received a thorough briefing before they left the country.
Whenever he has a job to do, he always does it with great attention to detail. He's very thorough.
He was especially thorough with the soldiers of the Number Three gun.
It was a thorough research about ideal candidate for wife.
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My watch is very precise.
I can tell you the precise time of the earthquake because I remember looking at the clock a second before it struck.
Above all, logic requires precise definitions.
The journey takes just over fourteen hours, fourteen hours and fifteen minutes to be precise.
Give me a precise answer.
The manager gave the precise answer which I was looking for.
She is precise in keeping appointments.
The word 'excessive competition' is frequently used in Japanese industry, but there is not a precise definition of the practice.
1. He's usually very precise with time. / 2. This guy's organized and precise.
to be precise
There was a good turnout for the meeting - twelve of us to be precise.
You need to be very precise when you are making desserts.
The heart surgeon was very precise when it came to opening the chest of the patient.
Every translator has to be really precise.
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I got it through my head that my parent's strict rules were for my own benefit.
Produced to strict organic standards.
Strict security measures were in force.
Along with the plants, animal life, too, was developing in harmony with the strict requirements of the land.
Belinda tried strict diets, grueling exercise routines, and some sort of esoteric New Age detox, all amounting to nothing--she had curves, and that was that.
A strict father makes his children toe the line by thorough training.
Early American colonists often had extremely strict work ethics inspired by their unique take on Christianity.
I have amongst my relatives, a single one who sincerely lives righteously, has strict principles and pursues an ideal, but all my other relatives speak ill and make fun of him.
The wealthy, self-indulgent young man felt oddly drawn to the strict, ascetic life led by members of some monastic orders.
My parents were very strict with me when I was young. The school is an old-fashioned institution with strict discipline.
I think many pupils prefer teachers to be strict because there are fewer problems with discipline.
Jamie loves meat but his wife is a strict vegetarian.
In the strict sense of the term, a true democracy has never existed, and never will exist. It is against natural order that the great number should govern and that the few should be governed.
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Sales professionals need to be confident and diligent.
A diligent man will succeed in the long run.
Generally speaking, the Japanese people are diligent.
In the end, the diligent person succeeds.
She's accounted diligent.
Be a man ever so rich, he should be diligent.
Though he's not clever, he's a diligent worker.
Indeed he may be a little dull, but he is diligent.
Unfortunately only a handful of these diligent students will get the jobs that will allow them to exercise the skills they've acquired at University.
With careful planning and diligent payments, even the worst rating can achieve absolution.
The diligent researcher made sure to double check her measurements.
These are actually quite diligent compared to those inside Luthadel.
He has always been a diligent and reliable employee.
a diligent student; the Commission is required to conduct a diligent and impartial examination
A student who has been diligent in pursuit of a degree in mathematics
If you aren't careful about what you eat, you'll put back on all the weight that you spent so much time losing.
He was careful enough to make his daughter promise not to go out after dark.
Careful! Watch out!
A lot of people who have up until now been spending money having a good time now need to be more careful with their money.
That proposal may be a way to kill two birds with one stone, but we also have to be careful not to get greedy and spoil everything.
I was allowed to go off by myself provided that I promised to be careful.
A successful business is built on careful financial management.
Don't lump all these issues together. You need to give every single one careful consideration.
It is acceptable to mention your job and interests and to ask the other person about his, but be careful not to let the conversation become too personal.
When I'm home and I'm going to the corner drugstore to pick up some shampoo, why do you always tell me to be careful how I cross the street?
These are the important items to which careful attention is to be paid.
I'm careful when I zip up my jeans, not to pinch myself.
First, they should have right ideas of things, ideas that are based on careful observation, and understand causes of effects and their significance correctly.
I wouldn't push him too far. You don't know what he might do. I'd say you can't be too careful. They say even a doomed mouse will bite a cat if he has no choice.
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