express precisely

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I do not know how to express precisely the impression he made upon me.
But even when you have an opinion that you can express precisely, you have to have to courage to do it, knowing you are likely to expose yourself to a range of negative responses.
She urged the EU member states to express precisely the measures they want Romania to implement, so that the country can know how to win their confidence.
It's also because so much of what we know is difficult to express precisely.
Consumers' fears may well be of longer term consequences that are more difficult to express precisely.
Designed to express precisely why your customers do business with you, it needs to be learned by heart and used consistently without variation.