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corrective

adjective uk   us   /kəˈrek.tɪv/
intended to improve a situation: corrective measures/action used to refer to something that is intended to cure a medical condition: corrective surgery

corrective

noun [C] uk   us   /kəˈrek.tɪv/
something that improves a situation: This European report on the internet provides a corrective to the usual US-based views.
Traducciones de “corrective”
en chino (tradicionál) 改正的,糾正的, (醫療)矯正的…
en ruso корригирующий…
en turco düzeltici, geliştirici…
en chino (simplificado) 改正的,纠正的, (医疗)矫正的…
en polaco korekcyjny…
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