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# Prevod reči: tacnost

## Smer prevoda: srpski > engleski

### tačnost [ ženski rod ]

#### accuracy [ imenica ]

The quality of being accurate and without error; SYN. truth.
The combined error of nonlinearity, repeatability, and hysteresis expressed as a percent of full scale output.
In mathematics, a measure of the precision of a number. The degree of accuracy depends on how many figures or decimal places are used in rounding off the number. For example, the result of a calculation or measurement (such as 13.4293s) might be rounded off to three decimal places (13.4s), to two decimal places (13.s), to one decimal place (13.4 s), or to the nearest whole number (s). The first answer is more accurate than the second, the second more accurate than the third, and so on.
Accuracy also refers to a range of errors. For example, an accuracy of ± means that a value may lie between 9and 10of a given answer.
Alternatively, a result might be presented to a certain number of significant figures (digits that are important because of their place value). For example, the number 409,3might be expressed to an accuracy of four significant figures (409,300), three significant figures (409,000), two significant figures (410,000), or one significant figure (400,000). Here again, the first answer is more accurate than the second, and so on.

#### accurateness [ imenica ]

The state or quality of being accurate; accuracy; exactness; nicety; precision

#### certainty [ imenica ]

ETYM Old Fren. certaineté.
Something that is certain.
The state of being certain.

#### circumstance [ imenica ]

ETYM Latin circumstantia, from circumstans, -antis, p. pr. of circumstare to stand around; circum + stare to stand. Related to Stand.
A condition that accompanies or influences some event or activity.
Information that should be kept in mind when making a decision; SYN. condition, consideration.

#### correctness [ imenica ]

Conformity to fact or truth; SYN. rightness.
Conformity to social expectations.

#### definition [ imenica ]

ETYM Latin definitio: cf. French définition.
A concise explanation of the meaning of a word or phrase or symbol.
Clarity of outline.

#### exactitude [ imenica ]

ETYM Cf. French exactitude.
Exactness; precision.

#### exactness [ imenica ]

The quality of being exact; SYN. exactitude.

#### fidelity [ imenica ]

ETYM Latin fidelitas: cf. French fidélité. Related to Fealty.
Accuracy with which an electronic system reproduces the sound or image of its input signal.
The quality of being faithful; SYN. faithfulness.

#### nicety [ imenica ]

The quality or state of being nice
An elegant, delicate, or civilized feature
A fine point or distinction; subtlety
Careful attention to details; delicate exactness; precision
Delicacy of taste or feeling; fastidiousness

#### preciseness [ imenica ]

Clarity as a consequence of precision; SYN. clearcutness.
The quality of being precise in amount or performance; SYN. precision.

#### precision [ imenica ]

ETYM Cf. French précision, Latin praecisio a cutting off. Related to Precise.
The quality or state of being precise; exact limitation; exactness; accuracy; strict conformity to a rule or a standard; definiteness.
Precision is reproducibility. SayingThese measurements are precis is the same as saying,The same measurement was repeated several times, and the measurements were all very close to one anothe. Don’t confuse precision with accuracy.

#### promptitude [ imenica ]

ETYM French, from Latin promptitudo. Related to Prompt.
The quality of being prompt; quickness of decision and action when occasion demands.

#### punctuality [ imenica ]

ETYM Cf. French ponctualité.
The quality or habit of adhering to an appointed time; SYN. promptness.

#### regularity [ imenica ]

ETYM Cf. French régularité.
A property of polygons: the property of having equal sides and equal angles; SYN. geometrical regularity.
The quality of being characterized by a fixed principle or rate.

#### sensibility [ imenica ]

ETYM Cf. French sensibilité, Late Lat. sensibilitas.
In the 18th century, the capacity to identify with and feel sympathy for the suffering of others. This quality was extolled by the 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury, a philosopher, as well as by writers of fiction, and was lampooned in Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility 1811.
Mental responsiveness and awareness.
Refined sensitivity to pleasurable or painful impressions.

#### severity [ imenica ]

ETYM Latin severitas: cf. French sévérité.
Excessive sternness; SYN. harshness, inclemency, hardness, stiffness.

#### strictness [ imenica ]

Conscientious attention to rules and details; SYN. stringency.

#### truth [ imenica ]

ETYM Old Eng. treuthe, trouthe, treowpe, as. treówth. Related to True; cf. Troth, Betroth.
A fact that has been verified.
A true statement; SYN. true statement.
Conformity to reality or actuality; SYN. verity.

#### veracity [ imenica ]

ETYM Cf. French véracité.
Unwillingness to tell lies.

#### verity [ imenica ]

ETYM French vérité, Latin veritas, from verus true. Related to Very.
An enduring or necessary ethical or religious or aesthetic truth.

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