Examples of imprecise in a Sentence
It's an imprecise translation of the original sentence.
3.14 is an imprecise approximation of the value of pi
Recent Examples of imprecise from the Web
Trump is simply wrong on direct funding and is imprecise and possibly out of date on indirect funding.
The online world, with all its nascent norms, is a place that involves a lot of complicated posturing—a careful negotiation between irony and joy, imprecise standards on what and when to share.
But even Strauss and Howe acknowledge that cycles are imprecise and that the crisis might not come for another few decades.
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First Known Use of imprecise
IMPRECISE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of imprecise for English Language Learners
: not clear or exact : not precise
IMPRECISE Defined for Kids
Definition of imprecise for Students
: not clear or exact an imprecise measurement
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