/prɪˈsaɪs/ Show Spelled Pronunciation [pri-sahys] Show IPA
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1. definitely or strictly stated, defined, or fixed: precise directions.
2. being exactly that and neither more nor less: a precise temperature; a precise amount.
3. being just that and no other: the precise dress she had wanted.
4. definite or exact in statement, as a person.
5. carefully distinct: precise articulation.
6. exact in measuring, recording, etc.: a precise instrument.
7. excessively or rigidly particular: precise observance of regulations; precise grooming.
1350–1400; ME < L praecīsus curtailed, brief, orig. ptp. of praecīdere to cut off, cut short, equiv. to prae- pre- + -cīsus, comb. form of caesus, ptp. of caedere to cut
1. explicit. See correct.
1. indefinite, vague.
unfortunately, many people misuse the term precise in place of the term accurate. you can be precise, able to get the same results repetitively, and not be accurate. ąղąӀ may work here but detail oriented aint quite it, imho.
1. taking or showing extreme care about minute details; precise; thorough: a meticulous craftsman; meticulous personal appearance.
2. finicky; fussy: meticulous adherence to technicalities
Detail-oriented, organized, exact, reliable, accurate.
Clear, organized, efficient, ready.
Meticulous and Pristine. 🙂
matter of fact, articulate, and to the point.
A fussy ʙuԍԍᴇʀ.
straight to the point.