- Free from error : exact.
- Conforming to fact or truth : reliable.
Middle english, from latin accuratus, past participle of accurare to make accurate, from ad- + curare to take care of.
- The measurements were accurate to within a millimeter.
- The watch keeps accurate time.
- The translation is accurate and idiomatic.
- The map is not accurate, it is missing some streets.
- The weather forecast is accurate for the next three days.