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I want to correct this false impression that people have of me.
I started to correct him, then realized there was no point.
‘I’m seventeen. No,’ she corrected herself. ‘I’m eighteen now.’
She had surgery to correct a defect in her left eye.
We need to correct the imbalance in men and women’s pay.
She sat correcting the students’ homework.
To give an accurate figure, you will need to correct for inflation.