Exacting meaning

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Making severe demands; rigorous.

An exacting instructor.

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Requiring great care, effort, or attention.

An exacting task.

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Requiring precise accuracy.
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The definition of exacting is making excessive demands, or requiring great patience and effort.

An example of something exacting is a toddler’s needy behavior.

An example of something exacting is the attention that is needed to fix a difficult problem at work.

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Making severe or excessive demands; not easily satisfied; strict.

An exacting teacher.

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Demanding great care, patience, effort, etc.; arduous.

An exacting job.

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Making excessive demands; hard to satisfy.
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Present participle of exact.
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Origin of exacting

  • From exact + -ing

    From Wiktionary