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correct [ kə'rekt] a.正确的 vt.纠正

correct [kə'rekt] v. 改正;纠正 a. 正确的,对的;恰当的

correct [kə'rekt] 正确

加强舆论监督 ensure that the correct orientation is maintained in public opinion

Correct! ---- 对的!

Information is correct at time of print 印刷时信息准确

加强舆论监督 ensure the correct orientation is maintained in public opinion

加强舆论监督 ensure the correct orientation is maintained in public opinion

上开帐目, 现正核对, 如无错误, 将遵照贵公司的指示, 将转入新开的帐户内。
This account is under examination, and if found correct, it shall be carried to a new account, in conformity with your instructions.

您昨日函敬悉。兹遵照贵方请求, 同函附上结算报告书, 敬请惠予查收为荷。
Your favour of yesterday was duly received, and we hand you herewith a statement of your account as requested, which we hope you will find correct.

兹同函奉上贵方的往来帐, 余额为15.7美元, 于本日列入新帐借方内, 敬请核查见复为荷。
Enclosed I wait on you with your account current, balance carried to your debit this day in a new account, $15.7, which Itrust you find correct.

谨同函奉上贵方的往来帐, 我方顺差500美元, 如核查无误, 请列入新帐为荷。
Enclosed I now wait on you with your account current, leaving a balance of $500 in my favour, which if found correct, you will be so good as to pass to a new account.

Adler is correct in this assertion that education does not end with graduation.

corrected for CO2 extraction

Assertion is not argument, to contradict the statement of an opponent is not proof that you are correct.

The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth.

Don't correct him all the time; he'll learn by experience.

You are partially correct if you think air pollution is caused by factories, but a great deal of pollution is also caused by cars.

The data aren't complete, and I don't think they are correct.

To some extent you are correct.

Thus, for instance, it may come as a shock to mathematicians to learn that the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom is not a literally correct description of this atom, but only an approximation to a somewhat more correct equation taking account of spin, magnetic dipole, and relatiristic effects, and that this corrected equation is itself only an imperfect approximation to an infinite set of quantum field theoretical equations.

Your answer to the question is correct.

I corrected my watch by the time signal.

Is that right? *可以只表示“是那样吗?”,也可以表示“这样对吗?”
Is that so?
Is that true?
Is that correct?

What you say is partly right. *partly “部分的”。
Don't you agree? (你同意吗?)
What you say is partly right. (你说的有一部分是对的。)
You are partially correct.
I agree with you partially. (我部分同意。)

I don't agree. *比I can't agree.的语气还要强烈,给人一种直接反对的印象。
I know I'm correct. (我认为我是正确的。)
I don't agree. (我不这样认为。)
I don't agree with that.
I don't agree with you.
I agree. (同意。)

Right. *就问题或想法等表示同意、赞成时。“你说得对,完全正确,是那么回事”。
You're from Canada, right? (你是加拿大人,对吧?)
Right. (对。)
That's right.
Correct. *“与事实相符”、“没错”、“完全正确”。
That's correct.
You're correct.
That's true.
Wrong. (不对。)

You're perfectly correct.
What do you think? (你觉得怎么样?)
You're perfectly correct. (我觉得你说的很对。)
You're quite right.
You're absolutely correct.
You're exactly right.

That's not right. *反对或不同意对方的意见时使用的口语表达方式。
Go this way. (走这条路。)
No, that's not right. (不,那么走不对。)
That's not correct.
Correct. (对,是这样。)

By other's faults, wise men correct their own.

What you dislike in another, take care to correct in yourself.

The people may safely be trusted to hear everything true and false, and to form a correct judgment,Were it fall to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers of newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.
Thomas Jefferson, American president

The people may safely be trusted to hear everything true and false, and to form a correct judgment,Were it fall to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers of newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.
Thomas Jefferson, American president

I am about to --or I am going to --die:either expression is correct.
Dominique Bouhours, French grammarian.

Excuse me. Can you tell me the correct time?
No,I can’t .

Grace is always correcting other people. She thinks she's a know-it-all.

I was behind my paper correcting. 把改卷子的事耽误了.

I must say that you've corrected my ideas about the insurance.

不错 correct; right; Ok

报时 [bào shí] /give the correct time/

拨正 [bō zhèng] /set right/correct/

不错 [bù cuò] /correct/right/not bad/pretty good/

端正 [duān zhèng] /upright/regular/proper/correct/

对 [duì] /couple/pair/to be opposite/to oppose/to face/for/to/correct (answer)/to answer/to reply/to direct (towards sth)/right/

对了 [duì le ] /right/correct/

对头 [duì tóu] /correct/normal/to be on good terms with/on the right track/right/

改 [gǎi] /to change/to alter/to transform/to correct/

改过 [gǎi guò] /to correct/to fix/

改口 [gǎi kǒu] /to correct oneself/to withdraw or modify one's previous remark/

改正 [gǎi zhèng] /to correct/to amend/to put right/correction/

感化 [gǎn huà] /(v) put sb on the right path by word or example; correct sb who is erring/

纠 [jiū] /gather together/to investigate/to entangle/correct/

纠偏 [jiū piān] /to correct an error/

纠正 [jiū zhèng] /to correct/to make right/

勘误 [kān wù] /to correct printing errors/

匡 [kuāng] /correct/

批改 [pī gǎi] /(v) correct an exam or paper an possibly add criticisms/

然 [rán] /correct/right/so/thus/like this/-ly/

韪 [wěi] /correct/right/

依次 [yī cì] /(adv) in correct order; one by one/

正 [zhèng] /just (right)/main/upright/straight/correct/principle/

正确 [zhèng què] /correct/proper/

Without forgetting, adaptive ability would suffer, for example, learned behaviour that might have been correct a decade ago may no longer be.

{adj: accurate, exact, precise} (of ideas, images, representations, expressions) characterized by perfect conformity to fact or truth ; strictly correct
"a precise image"
"a precise measurement"

{adj: amendable, correctable} capable of being corrected by additions
"an amendable flaw"

{adj: aplanatic} free from or corrected for spherical aberration
"an aplanatic mirror"

{adj: apochromatic} corrected for both chromatic and spherical aberration
"an apochromatic lens"

{adj: approximate, approximative, rough} not quite exact or correct
"the approximate time was 10 o'clock"
"a rough guess"
"a ballpark estimate"

{adj: artificial, contrived, hokey, stilted} artificially formal
"that artificial humility that her husband hated"
"contrived coyness"
"a stilted letter of acknowledgment"
"when people try to correct their speech they develop a stilted pronunciation"

{adj: attuned, tuned} brought to correct pitch
"his tuned violin"
"the attuned instruments"

{adj: chastised, corrected, disciplined} punished for misbehavior
"the chastised child sat humbly in the corner"

{adj: correct, right} free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth
"the correct answer"
"the correct version"
"the right answer"
"took the right road"
"the right decision"
<-> incorrect, wrong

{adj: correct, right} in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure
"what's the right word for this?"
"the right way to open oysters"

{adj: correct, right} socially right or correct
"it isn't right to leave the party without saying goodbye"
"correct behavior"

{adj: corrected} having something undesirable neutralized
"with glasses her corrected vision was 20:20"
<-> uncorrected

{adj: corrective} tending or intended to correct or counteract or restore to a normal condition
"corrective measures"
"corrective lenses"

{adj: corrigible} capable of being corrected or set right
"a corrigible defect"
"a corrigible prisoner"
<-> incorrigible

{adj: decent, nice} socially or conventionally correct; refined or virtuous
"from a decent family"
"a nice girl"

{adj: emended, edited} improved or corrected by critical editing
"the emended text"

{adj: exploded} showing the parts of something separated but in positions that show their correct relation to one another
"the manufacturer provided an exploded view of the apparatus"

{adj: fast} (used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time
"my watch is fast"
<-> slow

{adj: illogical, unlogical} lacking in correct logical relation
<-> logical

{adj: inappropriate, incompatible, out or keeping, unfitting} not in keeping with what is correct or proper
"completely inappropriate behavior"

{adj: incorrect, wrong} not correct; not in conformity with fact or truth
"an incorrect calculation"
"the report in the paper is wrong"
"your information is wrong"
"the clock showed the wrong time"
"found themselves on the wrong road"
"based on the wrong assumptions"
<-> correct, right

{adj: irremediable} impossible to remedy or correct or redress
"an irremediable error"
"irremediable defects of character"
<-> remediable

{adj: letter-perfect, word-perfect} correct to the last detail; especially being in or following the exact words
"a letter-perfect rendition of the soliloquy"
"she was word-perfect in her part"

{adj: light, scant, short} less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so
"a light pound"
"a scant cup of sugar"
"regularly gives short weight"

{adj: logical} capable of or reflecting the capability for correct and valid reasoning
"a logical mind"
<-> illogical

{adj: mannerly, well-mannered} socially correct in behavior

{adj: multiple-choice} offering several alternative answers from which the correct one is to be chosen; or consisting of such questions
"multiple-choice questions"
"a multiple-choice test"
<-> true-false

{adj: politically correct} exhibiting political correctness

{adj: prescriptive, normative} pertaining to giving directives or rules
"prescriptive grammar is concerned with norms of or rules for correct usage"
<-> descriptive

{adj: right, correct} correct in opinion or judgment
"time proved him right"
<-> wrong

{adj: slow} (used of timepieces) indicating a time earlier than the correct time
"the clock is slow"
<-> fast

{adj: straight} following a correct or logical method
"straight reasoning"

{adj: tactful, kid-glove} showing skill and sensitivity in dealing with people
"by diplomatic conduct he avoided antagonizing anyone"
"a tactful way of correcting someone"
"the agency got the kid-glove treatment on Capitol Hill"

{adj: tested, tried, well-tried} tested and proved useful or correct
"a tested method"

{adj: uncorrected} left faulty or wrong
"uncorrected astigmatism"
<-> corrected

{adj: well-behaved, well behaved} (usually of children) someone who behaves in a manner that the speaker believes is correct
"a well-behaved child"

{adv: anatomically} with respect to anatomy
"anatomically correct"

{adv: approximately, about, close to, just about, some, roughly, more or less, around, or so} (of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct
"lasted approximately an hour"
"in just about a minute"
"he's about 30 years old"
"I've had about all I can stand"
"we meet about once a month"
"some forty people came"
"weighs around a hundred pounds"
"roughly $3,000"
"holds 3 gallons, more or less"
"20 or so people were at the party"

{adv: awry, amiss} away from the correct or expected course
"something has gone awry in our plans"
"something went badly amiss in the preparations"

{adv: correctly, right, aright} in a correct manner
"he guessed right"
<-> incorrectly, wrongly

{adv: medically} involving medical practice
"medically trained nurses"
"medically correct treatment"

{adv: politically} with regard to social relationships involving authority
"politically correct clothing"

{n: Bacon, Roger Bacon} English scientist and Franciscan monk who stressed the importance of experimentation; first showed that air is required for combustion and first used lenses to correct vision (1220-1292)

{n: Gregorian calendar, New Style calendar} the solar calendar now in general use, introduced by Gregory XIII in 1582 to correct an error in the Julian calendar by suppressing 10 days, making Oct 5 be called Oct 15, and providing that only centenary years divisible by 400 should be leap years; it was adopted by Great Britain and the American colonies in 1752

{n: Ringer's solution, Ringer solution} an aqueous solution containing the chlorides of sodium and potassium and calcium that is isotonic to animal tissues; used to correct dehydration and (in physiological experiments) as a medium for in vitro preparations

{n: Salafism, Salafi movement} a militant group of extremist Sunnis who believe themselves the only correct interpreters of the Koran and consider moderate Muslims to be infidels; seek to convert all Muslims and to insure that its own fundamentalist version of Islam will dominate the world

{n: Schmidt telescope, Schmidt camera} reflecting telescope that has plate that corrects for aberration so a wide area of sky can be photographed

{n: affirmation} a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was correct and should stand
<-> reversal

{n: amended return} a tax return that corrects the information in an earlier return

{n: amendment} the act of amending or correcting

{n: anastigmatic lens} a lens designed to correct astigmatism

{n: brace, braces, orthodontic braces} an appliance that corrects dental irregularities

{n: confirmation, verification, check, substantiation} additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct
"fossils provided further confirmation of the evolutionary theory"

{n: contact, contact lens} a thin curved glass or plastic lens designed to fit over the cornea in order to correct vision or to deliver medication

{n: convergent thinking} thinking that brings together information focussed on solving a problem (especially solving problems that have a single correct solution)
<-> divergent thinking

{n: corrigendum} a printer's error; to be corrected

{n: debugger} a program that helps in locating and correcting programming errors

{n: distributor cam} the cam inside the distributor that rotates to contact spark plug terminals in the correct order

{n: dress code} a set of rules specifying the correct manner of dress while on the premises of the institution (or specifying what manner of dress is prohibited)

{n: education, training, breeding} the result of good upbringing (especially knowledge of correct social behavior)
"a woman of breeding and refinement"

{n: error, mistake} part of a statement that is not correct
"the book was full of errors"

{n: fair copy} a clean copy of a corrected draft

{n: fistmele} about seven inches; the breadth of a fist with the thumb stuck out (used especially in archery to give the correct distance of the string from the bow)

{n: generative grammar} (linguistics) a type of grammar that describes syntax in terms of a set of logical rules that can generate all and only the infinite number of grammatical sentences in a language and assigns them all the correct structural description

{n: in time} in the correct rhythm
"the dancers moved in time with the music"

{n: laser-guided bomb, LGB} a smart bomb that seeks the laser light reflected off of the target and uses it to correct its descent
"laser-guided bombs cannot be used in cloudy weather"

{n: lead} the angle between the direction a gun is aimed and the position of a moving target (correcting for the flight time of the missile)

{n: lift} a device worn in a shoe or boot to make the wearer look taller or to correct a shortened leg

{n: logicality, logicalness} correct and valid reasoning
<-> illogicality, illogicalness

{n: mental quickness, quickness, quick-wittedness} intelligence as revealed by an ability to give correct responses without delay

{n: mistake, misunderstanding, misapprehension} an understanding of something that is not correct
"he wasn't going to admit his mistake"
"make no mistake about his intentions"
"there must be some misunderstanding--I don't have a sister"

{n: monocle, eyeglass} lens for correcting defective vision in one eye; held in place by facial muscles

{n: orthodontic treatment} dental treatment that corrects irregularities of the teeth or of the relation of the teeth to surrounding anatomy; treatment is usually by braces or mechanical aids
"orthodontic treatment of facial abnormalities"

{n: orthoepy} a term formerly used for the part of phonology that dealt with the `correct' pronunciation of words and its relation to `correct' orthography

{n: orthopedist, orthopaedist} a specialist in correcting deformities of the skeletal system (especially in children)

{n: override} a manually operated device to correct the operation of an automatic device

{n: patch} a short set of commands to correct a bug in a computer program

{n: postage meter} meter for bulk mailings that imprints correct prepaid postage on pieces of mail and records the total charge

{n: prescriptive linguistics} an account of how a language should be used instead of how it is actually used; a prescription for the `correct' phonology and morphology and syntax and semantics
<-> descriptive linguistics

{n: pronunciation, orthoepy} the way a word or a language is customarily spoken
"the pronunciation of Chinese is difficult for foreigners"
"that is the correct pronunciation"

{n: pronunciation} the manner in which someone utters a word
"they are always correcting my pronunciation"

{n: propriety, properness, correctitude} correct or appropriate behavior
<-> improperness, impropriety

{n: protocol} code of correct conduct
"safety protocols"
"academic protocol"

{n: puzzle, puzzler, mystifier, teaser} a particularly baffling problem that is said to have a correct solution
"he loved to solve chessmate puzzles"
"that's a real puzzler"

{n: radial keratotomy} radial pattern of incisions in the cornea that cause the cornea to bulge; performed to correct myopia

{n: rectifier} a person who corrects or sets right
"a rectifier of prejudices"

{n: redress, remedy, remediation} act of correcting an error or a fault or an evil

{n: reform} a campaign aimed to correct abuses or malpractices
"the reforms he proposed were too radical for the politicians"

{n: reform} a change for the better as a result of correcting abuses
"justice was for sale before the reform of the law courts"

{n: retribution} the act of correcting for your wrongdoing

{n: sleaziness} morally dishonorable
"an embarrassing sleaziness that I hope will be corrected by the more ethical newspapers"

{n: spectacles, specs, eyeglasses, glasses} optical instrument consisting of a pair of lenses for correcting defective vision

{n: speech therapy} any therapy intended to correct a disorder of speech

{n: strabotomy} the surgical operation of cutting a muscle or tendon of the eye in order to correct strabismus

{n: sumpsimus} a correct expression that takes the place of a popular but incorrect expression
"he preferred his erroneous but pleasing mumpsimus to the correct sumpsimus"

{n: tardiness} the quality or habit of not adhering to a correct or usual or expected time
<-> punctuality

{n: terrestrial time, TT, terrestrial dynamical time, TDT, ephemeris time} (astronomy) a measure of time defined by Earth's orbital motion; terrestrial time is mean solar time corrected for the irregularities of the Earth's motions

{n: time signal} a signal (especially electronic or by radio) indicating the precisely correct time

{n: transfer RNA, tRNA, acceptor RNA, soluble RNA} RNA molecules present in the cell (in at least 20 varieties, each variety capable of combining with a specific amino acid) that attach the correct amino acid to the protein chain that is being synthesized at the ribosome of the cell (according to directions coded in the mRNA)

{n: true} proper alignment; the property possessed by something that is in correct or proper alignment
"out of true"

{n: umbilical hernia, omphalocele} protrusion of the intestine and omentum through a hernia in the abdominal wall near the navel; usually self correcting after birth

{v: adjust, set, correct} alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard
"Adjust the clock, please"
"correct the alignment of the front wheels"

{v: answer} give the correct answer or solution to
"answer a question"
"answer the riddle"

{v: attest} authenticate, affirm to be true, genuine, or correct, as in an official capacity
"I attest this signature"

{v: chastise, castigate, objurgate, chasten, correct} censure severely
"She chastised him for his insensitive remarks"

{v: compensate, counterbalance, correct, even out, even off, even up} adjust or make up for
"engineers will work to correct the effects or air resistance"

{v: copyread, subedit, copyedit} edit and correct (written or printed material)

{v: correct, rectify, right} make right or correct
"Correct the mistakes"
"rectify the calculation"
<-> falsify

{v: correct} treat a defect
"The new contact lenses will correct for his myopia"

{v: debug} locate and correct errors in a computer program code
"debug this program"

{v: decline, slump, correct} go down in value
"the stock market corrected"
"prices slumped"

{v: discipline, correct, sort out} punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience
"The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently"

{v: edit, redact} prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting
"Edit a a book on lexical semantics"
"she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages"

{v: falsify} falsify knowingly
"She falsified the records"
<-> correct

{v: hunt} oscillate about a desired speed, position, or state to an undesirable extent
"The oscillator hunts about the correct frequency"

{v: over-correct, overcompensate} make excessive corrections for fear of making an error

{v: place} sing a note with the correct pitch

{v: right, compensate, redress, correct} make reparations or amends for
"right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust"
<-> wrong

{v: stand} be in some specified state or condition
"I stand corrected"

{v: tame, chasten, subdue} correct by punishment or discipline

Integrity means you do what you do because it's right and not just fashionable or politically correct.

Recent legal research indicates that in correct identification is a major factor in many miscarriages of justice.

When it comes to general knowledge questions, children do not have the wide range of information that adults have garnered over the years, but the youngsters have a good stab at getting the answers right, using what they do know, and searching for the correct sounds and words.

Piaget recognized that five-year-old Julia's beliefs, while not correct by any adult criterion, are not " incorrect " either.
皮雅杰认识到,五岁的朱莉娜的看法尽管从成人的标准看是错误的,但也不是 "不正确 "。

For 26 years he has spoken about his basic philosophy--that the body has its own elaborate healing system that repairs wounds, renews bones and corrects mistakes in the blueprint that could otherwise result in cancer or other diseases.

These estimates would bring you close enough to the correct answer.

DoubleClick is absolutely correct that finer targeting of ads can be an asset both to consumers and to vendors.
That's a great strength of the Internet, a potential for personalization that no other medium can hope to match.

Finding Work Through the Web With most online recruitment services, jobseekers must choose their words carefully; otherwise the search engine will never make the correct match.

Akamu was hired to correct the problem in the plaster model.

Another shows that when nighttime breathing problems are corrected with a mechanical device, elevated blood pressure levels fall.

The other, and in my view correct, type of answer was first put forward by Fisher in 1930.

Thus, for instance, it may come as a shock to mathematicians to learn that the Schrodinger equation for the hydrogen atom is not a literally correct description of this atom, but only an approximation to a somewhat more correct equation taking account of spin, magnetic dipole, and relativistic effects; and that this corrected equation is itself only an imperfect approximation to an infinite set of quantum field-theoretical equations.

A recently published letter from Proust to the editor Vallette confirms that Fallois, the editor of the 1954 edition of Contre Saint-Beuve, made an essentially correct guess about the relationship of the essay to the novel.

Responding to changes in the CF echo's frequency, bats of some species correct in flight for the direction and velocity of their moving prey.

校正保留体积 corrected retention volume

There is an old saying______. Its the experience of our forefathers,however,it is correct in many cases even today.

Use of the Alphabetical Index in coding neoplasms
In addition to site, morphology and behaviour must also be taken into consideration when
coding neoplasms, and reference should always be made first to the Alphabetical Index
entry for the morphological description.
The introductory pages of Volume 3 include general instructions about the correct use of
the Alphabetical Index. The specific instructions and examples pertaining to neoplasms
should be consulted to ensure correct use of the categories and subcategories in Chapter
除了部位外 , 当登录肿瘤时 , 形态和其肿瘤行为也
必须加以考虑 , 当归类肿瘤时 , 首先必须参考字母
第叁册的前言包含正确使用字母索引的一般指引 ,

Discordant atrioventricular connection
Corrected transposition
Ventricular inversion

Poisoning by drugs, medicaments and biological (T36-T50)
Includes: overdose of these substances
wrong substance given or taken in error
Excludes: abuse of non-dependence-producing substances (F55)
adverse effects ["hypersensitivity", "reaction", etc.] of correct
substance properly administered; such cases are to be classified according to the nature
of the adverse effect, such as:
. aspirin gastritis (K29.-)
. blood disorders (D50-D76)
. dermatitis:
. contact (L23-L25)
. due to substances taken internally (L27.-)
. nephropathy (N14.0-N14.2)
. unspecified adverse effect of drug (T88.7)
drug dependence and related mental and behavioural disorders due to psychoactive substance
use (F10-F19)
drug reaction and poisoning affecting the fetus and newborn (P00-P96)
pathological drug intoxication (F10-F19)
药品、药物及生物性物质所致之中毒 (T36-T50)
包含 : 上述物质之过量中毒
不包含 : 滥用非产生依赖性物质 (F55)
正确物质适当服用的副作用 [ 过敏反应等 ] , 此类病
例之归类依据副作用之性质 , 例如 :
. 阿斯匹灵所致之胃炎 (K29.-)
. 血液疾病 (D50-D76)
. 皮肤炎 :
. 接触性 (L23-L25)
. 肇因於内服用物质 (L27.-)
. 肾病变 (N14.0-N14.2)
. 药物未明示之副作用 (T88.7)
神和行为有关联之疾患 (F10-F19)
影响胎儿及新生儿之药物反应及中毒 (P00-P96)
病理性药物中毒 (F10-F19)

Anaphylactic shock, unspecified
Allergic shock NOS
Anaphylactic reaction NOS
Anaphylaxis NOS
Excludes: anaphylactic shock due to:
. adverse effect of correct medicinal substance properly administered (T88.6)
. adverse food reaction (T78.0)
. serum (T80.5)
无防御性休克 , 未明示者

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