Exact [adjective]

Definition of Exact:

accurate, precise

Opposite/Antonyms of Exact:

Sentence/Example of Exact:

He would not disclose the exact revenue earned or how much these partnerships contribute to the publisher’s overall revenue breakdown.

It’s not clear what the exact nature of the Daily Caller story was other than Weaver in the aftermath of him taking medical leave.

At that moment I realized that not everybody has the exact same perspective, not everybody has the exact same upbringing or the exact same privileged and fortunate life that I had.

At several points in the book, Ruffin interrupts the humor to acknowledge that many of her family’s experiences, when totaled up this way, exact a heavy burden.

Only three points, to be exact, rather than the seven or eight Kansas City surely would have preferred, but kicker Harrison Butker did well to connect from 52 yards out.

An exact match keyword that is identical to the query will always take priority as long as it’s eligible to match.

They get to say that Greene paid a price but blame Democrats for exacting it.

If we knew the exact answer to that, I would be — well, actually, no, I probably wouldn’t be rich.

Now, as my daughter reached the exact age I was when that event occurred, I hoped to answer questions about her, and me.

Despite that, CAMP’s overall revenue increased by 300% in 2020 compared to 2019, though exact revenue figures were not provided, and plans to open new locations will resume this year.