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amend

verb /əˈmend/
(formal) to correct or improve
enmendar, corregir
We will amend the error as soon as possible.
amendment /əˈmend,ənt/ noun a small change which is made to a law or document
Correción
an amendment to the bill.
make amends to do something to improve the situation after doing something wrong, stupid etc
compensar, enmendar, reparar
He gave her a present to make amends for his rudeness.
Translations of “amend”
in French corriger…
in German verbessern…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修訂,修正,修改(法律檔等)…
in Russian вносить изменения…
in Turkish hafif düzeltmek, değiştirmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 修订,修正,修改(法律文件等)…
in Polish poprawiać…
(Definition of amend from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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