Lexique scientifique transdisciplinaire


Résultats anglais
accurate (adj)
Sens 1 : free from error. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : exact:1
  • Condition checklists of this sort are widely used in population based health surveys and have been shown to yield more complete and accurate reports than estimates derived from responses to open-ended questions (Knight et al. 2001).
  • Since such defects in the DNA can result in genomic instability that may lead to human diseases like cancer and premature aging, prompt repair and accurate replication of DNA is very important.
  • Though the paper maintained a network of contacts, foreign newspapers, military officers, and official dispatches, it needed more immediate and accurate reporting.
Sens 2 : careful and exact. [Source : OAL]
Équivalent(s) : précis:1, précis:2
  • Finally, forecasting analysis is the integration of the budget analysis and product style analysis outcome as input to the exponential smoothing model to provide more reliable and accurate forecasts.
  • The result is a complex system which requires both a timely and accurate understanding by MADA of field water requirements and adequate field-to-field cooperation by the farmers.
  • However, measurements on a macroscopic number of cells are a more accurate method to measure the population averaged phenotype growth rates and transition rates between phenotypes in terms of our model.
accurately (adv)
Sens 1 : in an accurate manner. [Source : OX]
Équivalent(s) : précisément:1, exactement:1