[ig-zak-shuh n] /ɪgˈzæk ʃən/
the act of ; extortion:
the exactions of usury.
an amount or sum .
the act or an instance of exacting, esp money
an excessive or harsh demand, esp for money; extortion
a sum or payment exacted
late 14c., from French exaction, from Latin exactionem (nominative exactio) “a driving out; supervision; exaction; a tax, tribute, impost,” noun of action from past participle stem of exigere (see exact (adj.)).
[ig-zak-ting] /ɪgˈzæk tɪŋ/ adjective 1. rigid or severe in demands or requirements: an exacting teacher. 2. requiring close application or attention: an exacting task. 3. given to or characterized by ; extortionate. [ig-zakt] /ɪgˈzækt/ adjective 1. strictly accurate or correct: an exact likeness; an exact description. 2. precise, as opposed to approximate: the exact sum; […]
[ig-zak-ti-tood, -tyood] /ɪgˈzæk tɪˌtud, -ˌtyud/ noun 1. the quality of being ; ; preciseness; accuracy. /ɪɡˈzæktɪˌtjuːd/ noun 1. the quality of being exact; precision; accuracy n. 1734, from French exactitude (17c.), from exact (see exact(adj.)).
[ig-zakt-lee] /ɪgˈzækt li/ adverb 1. in an manner; precisely; accurately. 2. in every respect; just: He will do exactly what he wants. 3. quite so; that’s right. /ɪɡˈzæktlɪ/ adverb 1. in an exact manner; accurately or precisely 2. in every respect; just: it is exactly what I want 3. (ironic) not exactly, not at all; […]
[ig-zakt] /ɪgˈzækt/ adjective 1. strictly accurate or correct: an exact likeness; an exact description. 2. precise, as opposed to approximate: the exact sum; the exact date. 3. admitting of no deviation, as laws or discipline; strict or rigorous. 4. capable of the greatest precision: exact instruments. 5. characterized by or using strict accuracy: an exact […]