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Turkish translation of “correct”

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correct

verb [T]
 
 
/kəˈrekt/
MAKE RIGHT to make a mistake or problem right or better
düzeltmek
The new software finds and corrects any errors on the hard disk.Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
IMPROVE to improve the quality of something
kalitesini artırmak
These contact lenses will help to correct your vision.Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
SHOW MISTAKE to show someone the mistakes in something they have said or written
birinin hatasını göstermek, düzeltmek
Our teacher normally corrects our pronunciation.Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
Translations of “correct”
in Korean 바로잡다…
in Arabic يُصحّح…
in French corriger…
in Italian correggere, rettificare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 改正, 更正, 糾正…
in Russian исправлять, улучшать, поправлять…
in Polish poprawiać, korygować…
in Spanish corregir…
in Portuguese corrigir, retificar…
in German verbessern, korrigieren…
in Catalan corregir…
in Japanese (間違い)を訂正する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 改正, 更正, 纠正…
(Definition of correct verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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