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cor·rect
adjective /kəˈrekt/ 
  1. Free from error; in accordance with fact or truth
    • - make sure you have been given the correct information
  2. Not mistaken in one's opinion or judgment; right
    • - the government was correct to follow a course of defeating inflation
  3. (of a thing or course of action) Meeting the requirements of or most appropriate for a particular situation or activity
    • - cut the top and bottom tracks to the correct length with a hacksaw
  4. (of a person or their appearance or behavior) Conforming to accepted social standards; proper
    • - he was a polite man, invariably correct and pleasant with Mrs. Collins
  5. Conforming to a particular political or ideological orthodoxy

verb /kəˈrekt/ 
corrected, past participle; corrected, past tense; correcting, present participle; corrects, 3rd person singular present
  1. Put right (an error or fault)
    • - the council issued a statement correcting some points in the press reports
  2. Mark the errors in (a written or printed text)
    • - he corrected Dixon's writing for publication
  3. Tell (someone) that they are mistaken
    • - he had assumed she was married and she had not corrected him
    • - sorry, I stand corrected
  4. Counteract or rectify
    • - the problem of diminished sight can be reduced or corrected by wearing eyeglasses
  5. Adjust (an instrument) to function accurately or in accord with a standard
    • - motorists can have their headlights tested and corrected at a reduced price on Saturday
  6. Adjust (a numerical result or reading) to allow for departure from standard conditions
    • - data were corrected for radionuclide decay

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