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Synonyms for rectify

Synonyms for rectify

to make right what is wrong

to bring (something) into a state of agreement or accord

Synonyms for rectify

math: determine the length of

reduce to a fine, unmixed, or pure state

bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one

set straight or right

convert into direct current

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Betts also believes speed is of the essence in rectifying problems that can lead to customer dissatisfaction.
THE Old Rectifying House's facelift is apparent everywhere - from the white-boarded ceiling and enormous wooden-clad bar, to the comfy leather sofas and miniature plant pots on the tables.
Which is more than can be said for the Dome (pounds 1000m and still rising); Millennium bridge, which was closed after one day so more millions could be spent on rectifying a problem which should have been apparent in the first place; not to mention the Diana fountain, which is costing even more to rectify.
Their aggressive expansions during the 1994 bond market dislocation, the 1998 Long-Term Capital Management debacle, the 1999 Y2K scare, and the tumultuous 2000-2002 period were certainly invaluable in rectifying jeopardous market conditions.
The ISO endorsement for identity-fraud expense coverage will help homeowners, condominium unit owners and renters defray necessary costs for rectifying credit-history reports after becoming victims of identity theft.
Only by rectifying this tragedy and accepting these survivors as a social and an international responsibility can we hope to abolish landmines and negate their effects.
Passengers and airport users can be assured that by 30 June (the) airport will be Y2K ready, after rectifying all its systems which may be affected by the Y2K problem," the statement said.
However, it acknowledged the/RS had made progress in rectifying its employee ethics problems.