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verb (used with object), Navigation.
1.
to convert (a true course) into a magnetic course.
2.
to convert (a magnetic course) into a compass course.
verb (used with object)
1.
to set or make true, accurate, or right; remove the errors or faults from:
The native guide corrected our pronunciation. The new glasses corrected his eyesight.
2.
to point out or mark the errors in:
The teacher corrected the examination papers.
3.
to scold, rebuke, or punish in order to improve:
Should parents correct their children in public?
4.
to counteract the operation or effect of (something hurtful or undesirable):
The medication will correct stomach acidity.
5.
Mathematics, Physics. to alter or adjust so as to bring into accordance with a standard or with a required condition.
verb (used without object)
6.
to make a correction or corrections.
7.
(of stock prices) to reverse a trend, especially temporarily, as after a sharp advance or decline in previous trading sessions.
adjective
8.
conforming to fact or truth; free from error; accurate:
a correct answer.
9.
in accordance with an acknowledged or accepted standard; proper:
correct behavior.
10.
characterized by or adhering to a liberal or progressive ideology on matters of ethnicity, religion, sexuality, ecology, etc.: Is it environmentally correct to buy a real Christmas tree?
Most of the judges in this district have correct political views.
adjective
1.
(of proofs, a transcript, etc) not having been corrected or amended
verb (transitive)
1.
to make free from errors
2.
to indicate the errors in
3.
to rebuke or punish in order to set right or improve: to correct a child, to stand corrected
4.
to counteract or rectify (a malfunction, ailment, etc): these glasses will correct your sight
5.
to adjust or make conform, esp to a standard
adjective
6.
free from error; true; accurate: the correct version
7.
in conformity with accepted standards: correct behaviour

correct cor·rect (kə-rěkt’)
v. cor·rect·ed, cor·rect·ing, cor·rects
To remove, remedy, or counteract something, such as a malfunction or defect. adj.
Free from error or fault; true or accurate.
see: stand corrected

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