correctly

All Adverb
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  • We began many things correctly and there were many things we had no time to finish.
  • To win, they must answer three questions correctly before getting three wrong.
  • However the full set of magic numbers does not turn out correctly.
  • Even when correctly prepared, it may still be seen as an acquired taste.
  • In fact, we lost money, if I remember correctly, on every single release bar one.
  • When the style is used within a sentence, the is correctly in lower-case.
  • Software training and support is important, as software is only effective if it is used correctly.
  • They are designed to be used by lay persons, who require little training to operate them correctly.
  • If they each answered a question correctly, the next level would be twice that of the previous level.
  • These cases must be handled correctly or eventually lead to a number of data quality related issues.
  • Failure to use them correctly can lead to diminished standing in the community.
  • Typically, it is only in Scotland this practice is carried out correctly.
  • Of course the hard part is figuring out what rules actually work correctly in practice.
  • If done correctly and powerful enough, the ball can bounce into the goal.
  • She did not claim to see the number on the first three nights but on fourth gave the number correctly.
  • He even gave the information to the contractor just to be sure everything was done correctly.
  • Therefore most words can be read out correctly, if one knows the pronunciation of the letters.
  • All of these approaches will result in the same answers if done correctly.
  • This threw further doubt on the case, but later historians correctly identified her.
  • Several hundred messages were sent and correctly received during the progress of the races.
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Meaning of correctly

  • adverb In an accurate manner
    the flower had been correctly depicted by his son, he guessed right