Precision, Repeatability, and Reproducibility
Precision: In the context of repeatability and reproducibility, precision is the closeness of agreement between independent measurements of a quantity under the same conditions.
Since precision is not based on a "true" value, there is no bias or systematic error in the value. Rather it is dependent on the distribution of random errors.
Accuracy and Error
Error is the difference between the true value and the measured value. The total error is a combination of systematic error and random error.
Trueness is largely affected by systematic error.
Precision is largely affected by random error.
Accuracy is an expression of the lack of error (i.e., defined by the certainty of the measurement).