Rectifying [verb]

Definition of Rectifying:

correct a situation; make something right

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Sentence/Example of Rectifying:

The bulb is the most important of these parts, since it does the rectifying.

You see that the honour of the family is concerned in rectifying that mistake.

We will now proceed as well as we can to the task of rectifying his geography.

If it be a wrong one, you will have an opportunity of rectifying it.

The moment of settling the general account will be an opportunity of rectifying them.

He is capable of rectifying his mistakes, by discussion and experience.

But, he added, he had found a means of rectifying what was wrong.

Let us also set about rectifying the causes which threaten the overthrow of our government.

The suit doesn't fit over well but I am rectifying that by degrees.

Fig. 16 shows a sectional view of the column D, the “rectifying column” as it is called.