Definition of imprecisely in English:

imprecisely

adverb

  • See imprecise

    • ‘Used imprecisely, ‘war’ assumes rhetorical importance as a way to mobilize popular support, express seriousness of intention, and prepare the citizens for sacrifices.’
    • ‘In contrast, the 12 essential genes known to exist within the mitotic heterochromatin of chromosome 3 have remained only imprecisely mapped.’
    • ‘On some wine lists in the English-speaking world all German wines, other than those regarded as Mosel (or often ‘Moselle’), appear somewhat imprecisely under the heading ‘Rhine’.’
    • ‘The first three years of George II's reign, which began in 1727, were afflicted by successive waves of smallpox and influenza-like infections, imprecisely and variously described by contemporaries as agues and fevers.’
    • ‘These are questions we can answer only imprecisely.’

Pronunciation

imprecisely

/ɪmprɪˈsʌɪsli/