corrective definition

  • adjective:
    • Tending or designed to correct: corrective contacts.
    • Of or regarding modification; offering to correct
    • getting the power to correct; looking after rectify.
    • Qualifying; restricting.
    • tending or intended to correct or counteract or restore to an ordinary condition
    • designed to promote discipline
    • Tending or intended to correct: corrective lenses.
    • Of or regarding correction; serving to improve
    • obtaining the capacity to correct; tending to fix.
    • Qualifying; restricting.
    • tending or meant to correct or counteract or restore to an ordinary condition
    • designed to promote discipline
  • noun:
    • a real estate agent that corrects.
    • something which corrects or counteracts anything, specially an accident or impairment
    • limitation; restriction
    • whatever has got the energy of correcting, altering, or counteracting what is wrong or injurious.
    • restriction; restriction.
    • what has got the power of correcting or amending; that which has the quality of getting rid of or counteracting what exactly is wrong or damaging: as, alkalis are correctives of acids; charges are correctives of immoral conduct.
    • Limitation; constraint.
    • a computer device for the treatment of damage or disease
    • An agent that corrects.
    • a thing that corrects or counteracts some thing, especially a personal injury or disability
    • restriction; limitation
    • what has got the energy of correcting, modifying, or counteracting what exactly is incorrect or damaging.
    • restriction; limitation.
    • That which has got the power of correcting or amending; whatever gets the top-notch removing or counteracting what's incorrect or damaging: because, alkalis are correctives of acids; charges are correctives of immoral conduct.
    • Limitation; restriction.
    • a computer device for treating damage or condition
  • others:
    • Having the capacity to correct; having the quality of removing or counteracting what's incorrect, incorrect, or injurious; tending to rectify: as, corrective charges.
    • Having the power to correct; getting the quality of the removal of or counteracting what's wrong, erroneous, or damaging; looking after rectify: as, corrective penalties.

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