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colloquial ) passable, okay Le restaurant auquel nous sommes allés était correct, sans plus. ― The restaurant we went to was okay, but nothing more. Quebec , colloquial ) OK, fine, alright J’suis tellement désolé! T’es correct? ― I'm so sorry! You OK? Ouais, c’est correct. ― Yeah, it's fine. Ukrainian: виправля́ти ( vypravljáty ), ви́правити pf ( výpravyty ), коригува́ти impf ( koryhuváty ), скоригува́ти pf ( skoryhuváty )
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Remedy involves removing or counteracting something considered a cause of harm, damage, or discontent: He took courses to remedy his abysmal ignorance.Redress refers to setting right something considered immoral or unethical and usually involves some kind of recompense: "They said he had done very little to redress the abuses that the army had committed against the civilian population" (Daniel Wilkinson).
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Borrowed from French correct, from Latin correctus ( “ improved, amended, correct ” ), past participle of corrigere, conrigere ( “ to make straight, make right, make better, improve, correct ” ), from com- ( “ together ” ) + combining form of regō, regere ( “ I rule, make straight ” ). These verbs mean to make right what is wrong. Correct refers to eliminating faults, errors, or defects: I corrected the spelling mistakes. The new design corrected the flaws in the earlier version.
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correct”, in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam, 1913, →OCLC.