Definition of 'correction'
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That is part of the necessary correction we have gone through. Times, Sunday Times (2017)The necessary corrections could not be clearer. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They will fuel concern that we are now headed for a sharp correction in prices. The Sun (2008)Errors affect your score only in that the correction of errors will add to your total time. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They need information systems and other feedback mechanisms to alert them to the need for course corrections. INSIDE THE TORNADO: MARKETING STRATEGIES FROM SILICON VALLEY'S CUTTING EDGE (2001)Some of the pain is a necessary correction. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Repeat test and correction if needed on opposite arm and leg. Muscle Management (1991)Churches should review their classifications and make all necessary corrections now. Christianity Today (2000)If the feet seem to be following the eye movement involuntarily then correction is needed. Muscle Management (1991)This is not an expensive correction to make when weighed against the cost of more surveillance equipment in public places. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Despite a credit crunch in which average incomes have been badly squeezed there has been no great correction of house prices. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It would take a very poor cable indeed to interfere with a signal sent with robust error correction at both ends. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He wants to make some corrections. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For most of us, a sharp correction will come as a blessed relief. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The run-up in share prices before the correction did not follow the same pattern. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The problem for Beijing is that the symptoms of property price correction are not restricted to household appliances. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is clear that the horse has just received a sharp correction from spur or bit, and is not happy. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Perhaps the correction was necessary. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He invests in a broader spread than just gold, so should withstand any correction in the price of the precious metal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Once we became aware that a correction was required, we moved quickly to ensure that the correct information was reflected on our website. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The idea that there's some set of soft options where we can make the fiscal corrections in a painless way is not a runner. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Failure to deliver, experts warn, is likely to see sharp corrections. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When they're all done, check them and make any corrections. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A more substantive error calls for correction because it has a bearing on the chronology of the Birthday Letters poems. The Times Literary Supplement (2011)
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Translations for 'correction'
British English: correction /kəˈrɛkʃən/ NOUN
A correction is something which puts right something that is wrong.
We will make the necessary corrections.
- American English: correction
- Arabic: تَصْحِيح
- Brazilian Portuguese: correção
- Chinese: 改正
- Croatian: ispravak
- Czech: oprava
- Danish: rettelse
- Dutch: correctie
- European Spanish: corrección
- Finnish: oikaisu
- French: correction
- German: Korrektur
- Greek: διόρθωση
- Italian: correzione
- Japanese: 訂正
- Korean: 정정
- Norwegian: korrigering
- Polish: poprawka
- European Portuguese: correção
- Romanian: corectură
- Russian: исправление
- Spanish: corrección
- Swedish: rättelse
- Thai: การแก้ไขให้ถูกต้อง
- Turkish: düzelti
- Ukrainian: виправлення
- Vietnamese: sự sửa chữa
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