accurate 选择性必修1000 全国卷频次:1 教材出处:译林版选必修B2U1
But getting accurate information isn’t easy.
We can identify trends for the future, but accurate predictions are almost impossible.
As you work on expressing your ideas in clear, accurate language, you will improve your ability to think clearly and accurately.
accurate measurement 精确测量
accurate positioning 精确定位
accurate model 准确模型
accurate simulation 准确模拟
accurate at 对…很正确
accurate calibration 精确校准
accurate record 精确记录
accurate adjustment 精调；精密调整
accurate grinding 精磨；精密磨削
1. correct and true in every detail
an accurate description / account / calculation
accurate information / data
Accurate records must be kept.
⇨ note at true
2. able to give completely correct information or to do sth in an exact way
a highly accurate electronic compass
accurate to within 3mm
精确得误差不超过 3 毫米
My watch is not very accurate.
3. an accurate throw, shot, weapon, etc. hits or reaches the thing that it was aimed at
• ac·cur·ate·ly adv.:
The article accurately reflects public opinion.
You need to hit the ball accurately.
1 INFORMATION 资料 correct and true in every detail 正确的，准确的 OPP inaccurate
The brochure tries to give a fair and accurate description of each hotel.
Police believe Derek gave a reasonably accurate account of what happened.
not strictly/entirely/completely accurate
The evidence she gave to the court was not strictly accurate (=not exactly accurate).
► see thesaurus at right, true
2 MEASUREMENT 测量 measured or calculated correctly 〔测量或计算〕精确的 OPP inaccurate
It is difficult to get accurate figures on population numbers.
3 MACHINE 机器 a machine that is accurate is able to do something in an exact way without making a mistake 精确的，精密的
The cutter is accurate to within ½ a millimetre.
这个切割器精确到 1 / 2 毫米以内。
4 WELL-AIMED 瞄准 an accurate shot, throw etc succeeds in hitting or reaching the thing that it is intended to hit 〔射击、投掷等〕准确的
an accurate shot
It’s impossible to predict the weather accurately.
Origin accurate (1500-1600) Latin past participle of accurare “to take care of”, from ad- “to” + cura “care”
1.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词（信息、测量、数据或仪器等）精确的，准确的 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 description of the killer to date…
This may provide a quick and accurate way of monitoring the amount of carbon dioxide in the air…
Quartz timepieces are very accurate, to a minute or two per year.
The test can accurately predict what a bigger explosion would do.
2.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词（说法、描述）确切的，恰当的 An accurate statement or account gives a true or fair judgment of something.
I think it may take sometime before we can have an accurate assessment of the damage…
They were accurate in their prediction that he would change her life drastically.
What many people mean by the word ‘power’ could be more accurately described as ‘control’.
3.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词（行动、模仿）正确的，到位的 You can use accurate to describe the results of someone’s actions when they do or copy something correctly or exactly.
Marks were given for accurate spelling and punctuation.
…his maliciously accurate imitation of Hubert de Burgh.
4.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词（武器、投掷）精准的；（人）射击（或投掷）准的 An accurate weapon or throw reaches the exact point or target that it was intended to reach. You can also describe a person as accurate if they fire a weapon or throw something in this way.
The rifle was extremely accurate…
The pilots, however, were not as accurate as they should be.
…the technology to aim bombs accurately from aircraft.
[more accurate; most accurate] 1
: free from mistakes or errors正确的；准确的；精确的
The model is accurate down to the tiniest details.
an accurate account/record/report/description
Her novel is historically accurate.
He needed a more accurate [=precise] term to describe the procedure.
an accurate throw/shot [=a throw/shot that does not miss its target] 准确的投球/射门
— opposite inaccurate
: able to produce results that are correct : not making mistakes正确无误的
an accurate reporter
an accurate measuring device
The machines were not yet accurate enough to give useful results.
— opposite inaccurate
— accurately adverb
It is very difficult to accurately predict the weather.
The book’s title does not accurately reflect its subject.