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(形容词) 
Definition
free from error
The information was correct at the time of going to press.
同义词
accurate
a more accurate description of the terrain
,
right
That's absolutely right!
,
true
Everything I had heard about him was true.
,
exact
I can't remember the exact words he used.
,
precise
We will never know the precise details of his death.
, ,
faultless
His English was faultless.
,
on the right lines
,
O.K. or okay (informal)
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
in conformity with accepted standards
The use of the correct procedure is vital.
同义词
right
Make sure you approach it in the right way.
,
standard
It was standard practice for them to advise in cases of murder.
,
regular
The regular method is to take your cutting, and insert it into the compost.
,
appropriate
It is appropriate that Irish names dominate the list.
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acceptable
There was one restaurant that looked acceptable.
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strict
the strictest sense of the word
,
proper
Please ensure that the proper procedures are followed.
,
precise
They speak very precise English.
(形容词) 
Definition
in conformity with accepted standards
They refuse to adopt the rules of correct behaviour.
同义词
,
seemly
It wasn't seemly for a young boy to be courting this woman.
, ,
fitting
The President's address was a fitting end to the campaign.
, ,
kosher (informal)
I guessed something wasn't quite kosher.
反义词
(动词) 
Definition
to make free from or put right errors
You may need surgery to correct the problem.
同义词
rectify
Only an act of Congress could rectify the situation.
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remedy
A great deal has been done to remedy the situation.
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redress
to redress the economic imbalance
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right
We've made progress in righting the wrongs of the past.
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improve
He improved their house.
,
reform
his plans to reform the country's economy
,
cure
We need to cure our environmental problems.
,
adjust
To attract investors the country has adjusted its tax laws.
, ,
amend
The committee put forward proposals to amend the penal system.
,
set the record straight
,
emend
反义词
(动词) 
Definition
to rebuke or punish in order to improve
He gently corrected me for taking the Lord's name in vain.
同义词
rebuke
They have been seriously rebuked.
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discipline
He was disciplined by his company, but not dismissed.
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reprimand
He was reprimanded by a teacher.
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chide
He is quick to chide his staff for any mistakes or oversights.
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admonish
They admonished me for taking risks with my health.
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chastise
I did not chastise the child for what she had done.
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reprove
Women were reproved if they did not wear hats.
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punish
George has never had to punish the children.
反义词

引文

For whom the Lord loveth he correcteth [Bible: Proverbs]

其他同义词

in the sense of acceptable
Definition
good enough
There was one restaurant that looked acceptable.
同义词
good enough,
so-so (informal),
up to scratch (informal),
in the sense of adjust
To attract investors the country has adjusted its tax laws.
同义词
fix,
set,
remodel,
recast,
customize,
make conform
in the sense of admonish
Definition
to reprimand sternly
They admonished me for taking risks with my health.
同义词
tear into (informal),
tell off (informal),
read the riot act to someone,
carpet (informal),
chew out (US, Canadian, informal),
tear someone off a strip (British, informal),
give someone a rocket (British, New Zealand, informal),
slap someone on the wrist,
rap someone over the knuckles,
bawl out (informal)

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