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correction

noun [C or U]
 
 
/kəˈrekʃən/
( also market correction) FINANCE, STOCK MARKET a change in the prices in a financial market, especially when they go down after a period when they have been too high in relation to the real situation in companies, the economy, etc.: It looks like last week's correction is over and prices are going to go higher.
the fact of making something, for example an amount or a calculation, more accurate: correction to sth No corrections to these figures will be allowed once the form has been submitted. →  See also technical correction
Translations of “correction”
in Korean 정정…
in Arabic تَصْحيح…
in Portuguese correção…
in Catalan correcció…
in Japanese 訂正…
in Italian correzione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 更正, 改正, 修改…
in Russian исправление…
in Turkish düzeltme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 更正, 改正, 修改…
in Polish poprawka, poprawa…
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