English words and Examples of Usage

use "precise" in a sentence

Science has already made it possible to make precise changes in DNA.

"We have a responsibility to be very precise in the use of air power.

This is much more precise than the tap-the-screen method we have now.

We need, he said, "a precise proposal… you have to say what you need."

But the aim is to make everything more precise: What's a shot on goal?

A precise inventory is also required before work begins early next year.

“Among them were civilians, but we do not have a precise number,” he added.

Equally, as a child we were hardly loaded; the exact opposite to be precise.

The app uses precise calculation to determine accurate positions in real time.

So it could be considered a much more precise and efficient method of killing.

They also like the RAV4's precise steering and comfortable highway ride.

It is well-thought out, has a precise form and references," said Badura-Triska.

The precise location of his tomb is one of the biggest mysteries of archaeology.

Trudeau declined to give a precise reduction target during the election campaign.

It's an incredibly smart use of space that helps provide more precise navigation.

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