• (adv): Strictly correctly.
    Example: "Repeated the order accurately"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on accurately:

Albinism In Popular Culture - Albinism and Fiction - Subjects of Ridicule and "freaks"
... He is the subject of a good deal of ridicule, which may be accurately representative of the casual discrimination that people with albinism are often made to suffer, and is accurately depicted ... Generally portrayed fairly accurately as a person with albinism, wearing protective clothing, sunscreen, hats, and sunglasses outdoors, though said to have purplish irises even though that is rare ... is supportive, but the "freak" label is not, even if accurately depicting biased attitudes ...
AI-complete Problems - Machine Translation
... To translate accurately, a machine must be able to understand the text ... need to understand how an ocean makes one feel to accurately translate a specific metaphor in the text ... It must also model the authors' goals, intentions, and emotional states to accurately reproduce them in a new language ...
Minitrack - Technical Problems
... station could measure the angles to the satellites very accurately, using this information to determine an orbit required additional work ... The location of the station must be known very accurately ... coordinate system, and the relationship between these systems was not known accurately ...
Laser Line Level
... and/or plumb bob with a laser to display an accurately horizontal or vertical illuminated line on a surface the laser line level is laid against ... is fanned to produce a thin plane beam accurately horizontal or vertical, rather than a pinpoint beam ... and would not illuminate it the fanned beam will intersect the wall, creating an accurately horizontal (or vertical) illuminated line along it ...
Anxiety/uncertainty Management - Social Categorization of Strangers
... Expectations then help people predict, accurately or inaccurately, a stranger's behavior ... in our anxiety and an increase in our ability to accurately predict their behavior ... decrease in our anxiety and an increase in our ability to predict their behavior accurately ...

More definitions of "accurately":

  • (adv): With few mistakes.
    Example: "He works very accurately"

Famous quotes containing the word accurately:

    The most perfect caricature is that which, on a small surface, with the simplest means, most accurately exaggerates, to the highest point, the peculiarities of a human being, at his most characteristic moment in the most beautiful manner.
    Max Beerbohm (1872–1956)

    It seems to me that upbringings have themes. The parents set the theme, either explicitly or implicitly, and the children pick it up, sometimes accurately and sometimes not so accurately.... The theme may be “Our family has a distinguished heritage that you must live up to” or “No matter what happens, we are fortunate to be together in this lovely corner of the earth” or “We have worked hard so that you can have the opportunities we didn’t have.”
    Calvin Trillin (20th century)

    As Cuvier could correctly describe a whole animal by the contemplation of a single bone, so the observer who has thoroughly understood one link in a series of incidents should be able to accurately state all the other ones, both before and after.
    Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859–1930)