precise

Precise vs Usual - What's the difference?

precise | usual |


As a verb precise

is .

As an adjective usual is

most commonly occurring.

Precise vs Spiteful - What's the difference?

precise | spiteful |


As a verb precise

is .

As an adjective spiteful is

filled with, or showing, spite; having a desire to vex, annoy, or injure; malignant; malicious.

Condense vs Precise - What's the difference?

condense | precise |


As verbs the difference between condense and precise

is that condense is while precise is .

As an adjective condense

is condensed.

Precise vs Faultless - What's the difference?

precise | faultless | Related terms |

Precise is a related term of faultless.


As a verb precise

is .

As an adjective faultless is

without fault; free from defect or error.

Precise vs Trusty - What's the difference?

precise | trusty | Related terms |

Precise is a related term of trusty.


As a verb precise

is .

As an adjective trusty is

reliable or trustworthy.

As a noun trusty is

a trusted person, especially a prisoner who has been granted special privileges.

Precise vs Sophisticated - What's the difference?

precise | sophisticated |


As verbs the difference between precise and sophisticated

is that precise is while sophisticated is (sophisticate).

As an adjective sophisticated is

having obtained worldly experience, and lacking ; cosmopolitan.

Predict vs Precise - What's the difference?

predict | precise |


As verbs the difference between predict and precise

is that predict is to make a prediction: to forecast, foretell, or estimate a future event on the basis of knowledge and reasoning; to prophesy a future event on the basis of mystical knowledge or power while precise is .

As a noun predict

is (obsolete) a prediction.

Lax vs Precise - What's the difference?

lax | precise |


As a verb precise is

.

Precise vs Staunch - What's the difference?

precise | staunch | Related terms |

Precise is a related term of staunch.


As verbs the difference between precise and staunch

is that precise is while staunch is to stop the flow of (blood).

As an adjective staunch is

loyal, trustworthy, reliable, outstanding.

Precise vs Absolute - What's the difference?

precise | absolute |


As a verb precise

is .

As a noun absolute is

(philosophy) that which is totally unconditioned, unrestricted, pure, perfect, or complete; that which can be thought of without relation to others .

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