corrected : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make right or correct
- v make reparations or amends for
- v censure severely
- v adjust for
- v punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
- v go down in value
the stock market corrected
- v alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard
- v treat a defect
- a having something undesirable neutralized
with glasses her corrected vision was 20:20
- Once inside the auditorium, where each family was directed to preassigned seats, more than an hour passed before show time while "technical difficulties" backstage were corrected.
- Rove corrected himself in a later grand jury session.
- "She did make an error having to do with district unemployment tax payment, but it has been corrected.
- Steven Tyler in San Francisco Chronicle
In a statement, Tyler says, "The doctors told me the pain in my feet could be corrected but it would require a few surgeries over time. The 'foot repair' pain was intense, greater than I'd anticipated. The months of rehabilitative care and the...
- Mike Nifong in FOXNews
Nifong said that by the time he realized the information wasn't in that report, "it had been corrected. The defendants already had it."
- Shilpa Shetty in BBC News
Shetty, referring to her previous opinion that Jade was racist: "I take that back. I thought it was because everybody was having an argument with me...... You know, people say things in a fit of anger and I stand corrected. I don't feel that there...