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accurate (adjective), more accurate, most accurate
1. Giving a correct, or truthful, representation of something: "Jim's account of what happened yesterday was not accurate."
2. That which is precise or free from errors and done with care: "Mary made an accurate report about the business transaction."
3. Capable of providing information in accordance with an accepted standard: "The radio-controlled watch provides the most accurate time that one can have."
4. Etymology: from Latin cura, "care"; and accurare means "to take care of".

The past participle accuratus means "done with care", and from it we have the word accurate.

This entry is located in the following units: -ate (to do) (page 1) cura-, cur- (page 1)
(an accurate count is impossible)
(GPS needed more accuracy; so, now we have WAAS)