I've found two different meanings of precision:
Meaning 1 (from Grade 11 Physics textbook,India):
Precision tells us to what resolution or limit a quantity is measured.
Meaning 2 (from Grade 11 Chemistry Textbook,India):
Precision refers to the closeness of various measurements for the same quantity.
It's really confusing to have two different meanings for the same term. I think, textbooks can't be wrong. Does this mean that precision in physics is different from precision in chemistry?