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accurately

[ ak-yer-it-lee ]
/ ˈæk yər ɪt li /
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adverb
in a way that is free from error or defect and consistent with a standard, rule, or model: She worked on aircraft before they left on missions; the work needed to be done fast and accurately to ensure safety on all flights.
correctly; precisely: He’s a good lacrosse player; he passes well and can shoot accurately.Humans are generally afraid of death—or, more accurately, don't want to die.
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OTHER WORDS FROM accurately

hy·per·ac·cu·rate·ly, adverbsu·per·ac·cu·rate·ly, adverbun·ac·cu·rate·ly, adverb
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