corrective measure

corrective measure
index correction (punishment), recourse, remedial statute, remedy (legal means of redress), remedy (that which corrects)

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  • corrective — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ designed to correct something undesirable. ► NOUN ▪ a corrective measure …   English terms dictionary

  • corrective — adjective intended to correct or counteract something undesirable. noun a corrective measure. Derivatives correctively adverb …   English new terms dictionary

  • corrective — adj. & n. adj. serving or tending to correct or counteract something undesired or harmful. n. a corrective measure or thing. Derivatives: correctively adv. Etymology: F correctif ive or LL correctivus (as CORRECT) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Corrective lens — A bifocal corrective eyeglass lens A pair of contact le …   Wikipedia

  • measure — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun 1 official action to deal with a problem ADJECTIVE ▪ appropriate, effective, necessary, practical ▪ We urge you to adopt all necessary measures to guarantee people s safety. ▪ key …   Collocations dictionary

  • corrective — adj. Corrective is used with these nouns: ↑action, ↑measure …   Collocations dictionary

  • corrective — Synonyms and related words: Fabian, adjuvant, aid, alterative, analeptic, antidote, assistance, balm, balsam, castigatory, chastening, chastising, counteractant, counteractive, counteragent, countermeasure, counterstep, curative, cure,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • remedy — rem·e·dy 1 n pl dies: the means to enforce a right or to prevent or obtain redress for a wrong: the relief (as damages, restitution, specific performance, or an injunction) that may be given or ordered by a court or other tribunal for a wrong if… …   Law dictionary

  • ḤEREM SETAM — (roughly translated as anonymous ban or imprecation ), a geonic innovation that gained wide acceptance in later rabbinic literature, particularly in Spain and North Africa, although it was more sparsely used in Franco Germany as well. It served… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • correction — cor·rec·tion n 1: a decline in market price or business activity following and counteracting a rise 2: the treatment and rehabilitation of offenders through a program involving penal custody, parole, and probation often used in pl.… …   Law dictionary

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