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Definition of "correcting" []

  • To make free from errors (verb)
  • To indicate the errors in (verb)
  • To rebuke or punish in order to set right or improve (verb)
  • To counteract or rectify (a malfunction, ailment, etc) (verb)
  • To adjust or make conform, esp to a standard (verb)
  • Free from error; true; accurate (adjective)
  • In conformity with accepted standards (adjective)
  • Present participle of correct. (verb)

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Use "correcting" in a sentence
  • "Last year both she and my uncle now claim to have not seen verbal abuse and to have just seen "poor parenting" which they describe as correcting and trating an adult like a kid etc."
  • "Ultimately, though, I have my doubts as to whether FlashForward will succeed in correcting its course."
  • "At least the lenses have a legitimate use in correcting perspective. corneliuscrab stiltskin"