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remedy

noun
 
 
/ˈremədi/ ( plural remedies)
[C or U] LAW a method of legally solving a problem or disagreement: The company is asking for the commission's remedies to be suspended while the appeal is underway.provide/seek/obtain (a) remedy The court has the power to provide a remedy by way of judicial review. →  See also legal remedy
[C] a way of dealing with a difficult situation or solving a problem: Fiscal, not monetary, policy should be the preferred remedy.remedy for sth Senators have proposed hugely different remedies for the growing healthcare crisis.
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