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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprecisionpre‧ci‧sion1 /prɪˈsɪʒən/ ●○○ AWL noun [uncountable]  EXACTthe quality of being very exact or correctwith precision The work was carried out with military precision (=the work was done in a carefully planned and exact way).
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precisionThe work is done with consistency and precision.Without the help of the written word, film and videotape can not portray temporal dimensions with any precision.The relationship between precision and recall and specificity is interesting.Pais chronicles the final moments with his characteristic precision.Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.Even in the days of precision strikes, attacks from the air would risk civilian casualties.I have time to discuss only one lexical myth: this is the signpost which points us in the direction of precision.Some horologists consider the Jefferys timepiece the first true precision watch.military precisionIn later seasons, it became evident that the very straight alignment indicated a military precision.She was the household manager, arranging meals and tasks with a military precision unusual in an adolescent.The team's organisation has acquired an almost military precision.As usual he had planned his early morning routine with almost military precision.It was clear that the Great Casterton defences had been planned and carried out in an unhurried manner and with military precision.Cell divisions of the mammalian egg are unlike those of lower animals where the planes of division appear with military precision.Then, with military precision, signs, flags and other outward markings will change.Lott put together a whip organization that worked with military precision to deliver the votes.
precisionprecision2 AWL adjective [only before noun]  1 EXACTmade or done in a very exact way precision engineering precision bombing2 precision tool/instrument
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precisionGolf is a precision sport.