"O relógio é preciso."
Translation:The clock is precise.
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If the meaning of the sentence is "the clock is accurate" then commonly accepted ways of saying this in English would include the clock is right or correct. If the clock is precise then this suggests the ability to distinguish between small fractions of a second. Perhaps an atomic clock or similar. The suggestion that the clock could be "sharp" would mean that the edges could cut your fingers but in parts of England might give the idea that the clock was running fast.