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Meanings and phrases
- indicating exactness or preciseness; exactly; just
- in a precise manner; incisively; exactly
- just as it should be; exactly; on the nose; on the dot; on the button
- Or, more precisely, the irony about the irony."
- He served in the RAF and was more precisely a bomber pilot.
- However, in chaos theory, the term is defined more precisely.
- His net worth, however, is not known precisely because the Trump Organization is privately held.
- And it was precisely because Team Dealer brought so much fire power to the fight that we made final operational decisions.
- The ever-wealthier Vietnamese are embracing Christmas precisely because of its non-religious glamour and commercial appeal.
- It is not precisely known for what he was indicted.
- The birthplace of Joos van Cleve is not precisely known.
- It is not precisely known when Deabolis became a bishopric.
- But that’s precisely what Waka was aiming for, and what he needed.
- Some sort of realignment was involved, but it is difficult to tell precisely what.
- For we cannot say we haven't got precisely what we dreamed of, what we always wanted, so badly."
- The uniform limit of this sequence then played precisely the same role as Bolzano's "limit point".
- While related, these chiral algebras are not precisely the same as the objects with the same name that physicists use.
- No two people have precisely the same concept of "tree," since no two people have precisely the same experiences or psychology.
- So the “end state” has to be precisely defined.
- Thus, "brackish" covers a range of salinity regimes and is not considered a precisely defined condition.
- No exact definition of what constitutes the Karoo is available, so its extent is also not precisely defined.