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Synonyms for correct

to make right what is wrong

to subject (one) to a penalty for a wrong

to castigate for the purpose of improving

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suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place

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punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience

go down in value

treat a defect

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free from error

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socially right or correct

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in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure

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correct in opinion or judgment

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But again, the extent of this correctible disequilibrium is assessed against the presumed "common value" of the capital good that, once revealed, would prove to be the same for all bidders.
Since many EEO complaints arise from disparate expectations, miscommunication and correctible misunderstandings, ADR may be the only way to get a tailored and appropriate resolution.
The poor PPV for "postoperative PE/DVT" is correctible, with future implementation of POA coding and proposed new codes for subacute and upper extremity thromboses (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2008).
An extension of the statutory time frames does not lessen the tax gap but rather increases it--it causes the IRS to continue to focus on historical problems that it has not caught in a timely manner, as opposed to focusing on the current problems of tax compliance, which are far more likely to be actionable and correctible.
Such roller variations are correctible with better maintenance and housekeeping.
If the old order had sometimes been intolerably snooty, this too was correctible, without having whatever social and intellectual benefit they had produced simply vanish.
If a child's foot is not fully correctible to a typical position or needs significant support for correction, casting is a good choice.
To be sure, many of the accounting problems that arise when health plans venture to keep track of patients' HSAs and other financial issues within these high deductible plans will be correctible, and limited in their impact.
They are not, we think, correctible by simple demonstrable logic such that all who are not blinded by bias or ignorance must recognize the validity of our own views.
The underlying assumption is that further analysis of this job will most likely offer the greatest opportunity to uncover more costly, potentially correctible waste activities.