Accurately

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more accurately   (con más precisión)

All of them are more accurately termed "the Praenestine cistae".

It became part of West Francia in 843, and more accurately part of Neustria.

Despite the connotation of its name, it is more accurately described as ""curling"".

not accurately   (no con precisión)

In addition, headwords may not accurately reflect a dictionary's size.

Several of the tracks were not accurately depicted, and some were replaced.

Laura's age is still not accurately portrayed in relation to actual events.

accurately reflect   (reflejar con precisión)

In addition, headwords may not accurately reflect a dictionary's size.

At the time the official rating of a ship did not accurately reflect the number of cannon mounted.

Chu claims that those cables do not accurately reflect the content of his conversations with Young.

accurately described   (descrito con precisión)

Despite the connotation of its name, it is more accurately described as ""curling"".

Almost all common CPUs today can be very accurately described as von Neumann stored-program machines.

All three of these forces appear to be accurately described by the standard model of particle physics.

accurately measure   (medir con precisión)

Using several different methods, Galileo was able to accurately measure time.

Other than Galileo, not many people of his day were able to accurately measure short time periods, such as the fall time of an object.

Because natural sources of carbon monoxide are so variable from year to year, it is difficult to accurately measure natural emissions of the gas.

accurately predict

Microcosm experiments often fail to accurately predict ecosystem-level dynamics.

Although blind, Destiny is a mutant precognitive able to accurately predict future events.

He shows why humans have a herd instinct when it comes to investment, and why no one can accurately predict when the bulls might stampede.