Correct - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- make reparations or amends for (syn: compensate, redress, right)
- censure severely (syn: castigate, chasten, chastise, objurgate)
- adjust for (syn: compensate, counterbalance, make up)
- go down in value (syn: decline, slump)
I hate it when she corrects my grammar.
Please correct your essay for punctuation errors.
Our teacher hasn't finished correcting our tests yet.
He corrects papers with a red pen.
We are finding ways to correct this difficult situation.
We'll correct the problem with the circuit as soon as possible.
These medicines are used for correcting chemical imbalances in the brain.
What's the correct answer to this question?
Her watch never tells the correct time.
Did I give you the correct change?
With the correct amount of water and sunlight, the plant will grow well.
If I speak incorrectly, you can correct me.
If my calculations are correct, we're about 10 miles from Exeter.
Score one point for each correct answer.
You are absolutely correct, the Missouri is the longest river in the US.
present participle: correcting
past tense: corrected
past participle: corrected