conscientious, painstaking, scrupulousadjective
characterized by extreme care and great effort
"conscientious application to the work at hand"; "painstaking research"; "scrupulous attention to details"
The application of careful and attentive effort.
Etymology: From pains + taking.
Carefully attentive to details; diligent in performing a process or procedure.
Etymology: From pains + taking.
careful in doing; diligent; faithful; attentive
the act of taking pains; carefulness and fidelity in performance
The numerical value of painstaking in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of painstaking in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Ruby Roman grapes look big and red -- like a ruby. It's been a painstaking process to achieve that red color.
To make sure Australotitan was a different species, we needed to compare its bones to the bones of other species from Queensland and globally. This was a very long and painstaking task.
Everyday there are active interviews and actions being taken to find the people responsible for taking Jenniferor the people with the information to piece it all together, it's painstaking work.
This kind of archaeological work is painstaking and difficult under any circumstances, but the physical conditions of this particular site — zero visibility, high currents and potential entanglements — made this an especially difficult shipwreck to work on.
We do a lot of painstaking research into how real animals move, how their muscles and skin behave ... and then in the computer, we recreate all these things, an artist, like an animator, has to sit down and actually hand animate that eye, hand animate that face so that every little subtle nuance is represented.
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- acuratCatalan, Valencian
- esmerado, minuciosoSpanish
- پر دردسرPersian
- méticuleuse, minutieux, minutieuse, méticuleuxFrench
- pongailScottish Gaelic
- scrupoloso, minuziosoItalian
- осторожный, аккуратный, кропотливыйRussian
- flitig, noggrann, omsorgsfullSwedish
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