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  • Under such circumstances it is hard to know which is the correct name to use.
  • Still, the correct way to castle is to first move the king.
  • Most of the time, the correct word will be in the list.
  • How does one then decide which is the correct answer in this case?
  • When you start working on the sound, keep working until it feels correct.
  • There are many examples of fields; field theory gives correct knowledge about them all.
  • Presently available data does not allow science to determine which model is correct.
  • Only scientific investigation can show which is more likely to be correct.
  • However, there is no direct evidence that the theory is correct.
  • Within standard economic theory, though, this is the only correct answer.
  • The problem usually corrects itself, but this can take up to five years.
  • The resulting program is then known to be correct by construction.
  • The last is used mainly in arguments to make a point seem more correct.
  • Finally there is often a need to correct for the apparent movement of the stars.
  • Corrected editions are being made but no date has been given yet for their release.
  • An executive order to fire is given to all guns in the fire unit at the correct moment to fire.
  • If correct, the teacher would read the next word pair.
  • A player may correct an illegal move if the player has not pressed their clock.
  • During the afternoon her fires were brought under control and her list corrected.
  • In some cases the correct name is not clear.
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Meaning of correct

  • verb Make right or correct
    Correct the mistakes, rectify the calculation
  • verb Treat a defect
    The new contact lenses will correct for his myopia
  • adjective Free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth
    the correct answer, the correct version, the right answer, took the right road, the right decision