Precision has the following meanings:

* Accuracy and precision, the degree of mutual agreement among a series of individual measurements or values
* Precision (arithmetic), the number of digits with which a value is expressed
* Precision (information retrieval), the percentage of documents returned that are relevant
* Precision (computer science), a measure of the detail in which a quantity is expressed

;Company names
* Precision Air, an airline based in Tanzania
* Precision Castparts Corp., a Portland, Oregon, United States based casting company
* Precision Drilling, the largest drilling rig contractor in Canada
* Precision Monolithics, an American company that produced linear semiconductors
* Precision Talent, a voice over talent management company

* Precision Club, a bidding system in the game of contract bridge
* "Precision" (march), the official march of the Royal Military College of Canada
* Precision 15, a self-bailing dinghy
* Precision agriculture, an agricultural concept
* Precision, the Fender Precision Bass by Fender Musical Instruments Corporation

ee also

* Precisionism, an artistic movement also known as Cubist Realism
* Precisionist (1981-2006), an American Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse

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  • precisión — (Del lat. praecisĭo, ōnis). 1. f. Obligación o necesidad indispensable que fuerza y precisa a ejecutar algo. 2. Determinación, exactitud, puntualidad, concisión. 3. Concisión y exactitud rigurosa en el lenguaje, estilo, etc. 4. Fil. Abstracción o …   Diccionario de la lengua española

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