Traducción de inexact en Español:

inexact

inexacto, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnɪɡˈzakt//ˌɪnɛɡˈzakt//ˌɪnɪɡˈzækt/

adjetivo

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    inexacto
    • The definition of sport is broad and inexact, but any recreation combining physical exercise with an element of competition usually fits the bill.
    • It is important that the idea the logo communicates is vague and inexact, for we should not be given the opportunity to compare the registers of product and logo too closely.
    • But earthquake warnings are still an inexact science.
    • But criticizing alchemy as an inexact science is not a valid reason not to pay attention to it since, as stated earlier, this is not the ground of its knowledge claims.
    • It ought to be pointed out that calculating passenger kilometres is an inexact science.
    • It said it was investigating him for spreading false information on the market and presenting and publishing inexact accounts about the bailout.
    • The process of putting alien genes into plants and animals to favour certain traits or to confer resistance is at best an inexact science with unpredictable results.
    • NEW Year predictions have been flying around all week and I see no reason why I should not have a go at this remarkably inexact science.
    • She also admits that gauging how long students will take to complete an exam is an inexact science: examiners usually time themselves on their own exams, then allow students three times as long.
    • Sustainable building is an inexact science and its adherents are learning all the time.
    • Modeling mine behavior and sediment transport is still an inexact science.
    • Unfortunately, the cancer detection story is one that suffers from the problems of being an inexact science.
    • In the case of many regions, determining whether an industry is basic or non-basic is a rather inexact science.
    • Age determination is an inexact science and the margin of error can sometimes be as much as 5 years either side. Assessments of age measure maturity, not chronological age.
    • However, calculating the beneficial effect to the atmosphere derived from a given area of trees is as yet an inexact science.
    • But even in this computerised age, avalanche prediction is an inexact science and that is because of the variables involved.
    • Despite the volume and quality of the research, divining what is in the ocean remains an inexact science.
    • I know translation is a difficult task, but is it this much of an inexact science?
    • HIV is adept at generating inexact or mutated copies, which can show resistance to medications.
    • Statistical revision is the wild card in that most inexact pack of jokers known as economics.