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accuracies, plural;
  1. The quality or state of being correct or precise
    • - we have confidence in the accuracy of the statistics
    • - she hit the ball with great accuracy
  2. The degree to which the result of a measurement, calculation, or specification conforms to the correct value or a standard
    • - the accuracy of radiocarbon dating
    • - accuracies of 50–70%

  1. the quality of being near to the true value; "he was beginning to doubt the accuracy of his compass"; "the lawyer questioned the truth of my account"
  2. (mathematics) the number of significant figures given in a number; "the atomic clock enabled scientists to measure time with much greater accuracy"
  3. (accurate) conforming exactly or almost exactly to fact or to a standard or performing with total accuracy; "an accurate reproduction"; "the accounting was accurate"; "accurate measurements"; "an accurate scale"
  4. (accurate) (of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct; "a precise image"; "a precise measurement"
  5. In the fields of science, engineering, industry and statistics, the accuracy of a measurement system is the degree of closeness of measurements of a quantity to its actual (true) value. ...
  6. Accurizing is the process of improving the accuracy of a firearm or airgun.
  7. Three Imaginary Boys is English rock band The Cure's debut album, released in May 1979 by Fiction Records. It was later released in the United States with a slightly different song line-up as Boys Don't Cry.
  8. ACCURATE (A Center for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Auditable, and Transparent Elections) was established in 2005 by a group of computer scientists, psychologists and policy experts to address problems with electronic voting. ...
  9. The state of being accurate; freedom from mistakes, this exemption arising from carefulness; exact conformity to truth, or to a rule or model; exactness; nicety; correctness
  10. (accurate) adj.  free from error
  11. (Accurate) Without error within tolerance allowed : precise. Correct, conforming exactly to a standard.
  12. (Accurate) Ability to let go of an object precisely i.e:- to place one block on top of another.
  13. (Accurate) Information is fact-checked by the Encyclopaedia Britannica editorial staff.
  14. (Accurate) It is especially important to be accurate when you write your legend and your results. Your legend should give the exact conditions under which you carried out your experiment so that other researchers can replicate your experiment. ...
  15. (Accurate) One of the three criteria of "Dependability" which is one of the two primary characteristics of accounting information. For financial statements of be considered reasonably accurate or valid, means that they say what they mean to say. They are not overstated or understated.
  16. (Accurate) The music is unaltered by the recording or playback equipment. Ideally, to sound identical to the original music.
  17. (accurate) Free from errors, mistakes, or distortion. Correct connotes little more than absence of error; accurate implies a positive exercise of one to obtain conformity with fact or truth; exact stresses perfect conformity to fact, truth, or some standard; precise suggests minute accuracy of ...
  18. (accurate) express the message using correct structure and syntax
  19. (accurate) kеrti, kеrtiçi, tizginli, tüz
  20. An accurate measurement is one that gives the correct value on the average, i.e. there is no bias. See also precise.
  21. In a general dictionary like this it is impossible to know just what accuracy is needed by any particular user. Where the given value is an exact one then it has been signalled. In most cases other values are accurate to at least the number of significant figures shown. ...
  22. The determination of whether an element width or intercharacter gap width (if applicable) differs from its nominal width by more than the printing tolerance.
  23. The ability of a test device to produce a reading that matches the known value for the sample.
  24. A measure of how close an estimate of a GPS position is to the true location.
  25. A term used in survey research to refer to the match between the target population and the sample.