Associations to the word «Correction»
CORRECTION, noun. The act of correcting.
CORRECTION, noun. A substitution for an error or mistake.
CORRECTION, noun. Punishment that is intended to rehabilitate an offender.
CORRECTION, noun. An amount or quantity of something added or subtracted so as to correct.
CORRECTION, noun. A decline in a stock market price after a large rise.
CORRECTION FACTOR, noun. A factor that is multiplied with the result of an equation to correct for a known amount of systemic error.
CORRECTION FLUID, noun. A white, opaque fluid, applied to paper to mask textual errors; used especially to mask errors in typing so that corrections may be overtyped
CORRECTION FLUIDS, noun. Plural of correction fluid
CORRECTION LINE, noun. (Canadian) A place where a north–south grid road jogs to correct for the northward convergence of meridians.
CORRECTION LINES, noun. Plural of correction line
CORRECTION OFFICER, noun. Alternative form of corrections officer
CORRECTION, noun. The act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right.
CORRECTION, noun. A quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure.
CORRECTION, noun. Something substituted for an error.
CORRECTION, noun. A rebuke for making a mistake.
CORRECTION, noun. A drop in stock market activity or stock prices following a period of increases; "market runups are invariably followed by a correction".
CORRECTION, noun. The act of punishing; "the offenders deserved the harsh discipline they received".
CORRECTION, noun. Treatment of a specific defect; "the correction of his vision with eye glasses".
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