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adjective as in repaired

adjective as in revised

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The illegal short-term rental problem was, to a large degree, rectified with the introduction of platform accountability provisions – including penalties.

This isn’t the first foray United has made to rectify its greenhouse gas emissions.

The central bank summoned Ant executives over the weekend and told them to “rectify” the company’s lending, insurance, and wealth management services, the People’s Bank of China said in a statement Sunday.

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The school must now determine how to provide services to rectify any academic setbacks from the delay if Eli is found to have a disability.

Fortunately, you have the power, and the legal obligation, to rectify the dramatic underrepresentation of these communities in the applicant pool and in the random drawing when you make your determinations regarding the final six commissioners.

In most cases that, too, has been rectified—with the exception of Michael Douglas, who is one silver-haired fox.

A lot of their injuries—particularly the people shot in the eyes—could have been rectified.

My mother had this rectified in a later publication of the paper, but that, of course, I never saw.

By this method a line can be reserved for each hand, and any discrepancy in the scores at once rectified.

The error was rectified, but only temporarily, at the Somme.

If this leakage can be seen where it discharges, then the trouble can be rectified.

From the tincture prepared with rectified spirit, and by either maceration or displacement.


On this page you'll find 92 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rectified, such as: abated, altered, ameliorated, bettered, changed, and corrected.

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