|Origin:||, past participle of accurare 'to take care of', from ad- 'to' + cura 'care'|
ac‧cu‧rate S2 W3
correct and true in every detail [≠ 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).
measured or calculated correctly [≠ inaccurate]:
It is difficult to get accurate figures on population numbers.
a machine that is accurate is able to do something in an exact way without making a mistake:
The cutter is accurate to within ½ a millimetre.
an accurate shot, throw etc succeeds in hitting or reaching the thing that it is intended to hit:
an accurate shot
It's impossible to predict the weather accurately.