corregir


corregir
v.
1 to correct.
corrígeme si me equivoco, pero creo que… correct me if I'm wrong, but I think…
Ella corrigió su error She corrected her error.
María corrigió a los chicos Mary corrected=reprimanded the kids.
María corrigió el planteamiento Mary corrected=revised the approach.
2 to reprimand.
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corregir
Conjugation model [ELEGIR], like {{link=elegir}}elegir
verbo transitivo
1 (amendar) to correct, rectify
2 (reprender) to reprimand, scold, tell off
3 EDUCACIÓN to mark
4 (en impresión) to read, proofread
verbo pronominal corregirse
1 (persona) to mend one's ways
2 (defecto) to right itself
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verb
1) to correct
2) grade
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1. VT
1) (=rectificar) [+ error, defecto, rumbo, pruebas de imprenta] to correct; [+ vicio] to get rid of; [+ comportamiento] to improve; [+ tendencia] to correct, counteract; (Econ) [+ déficit] to counteract

¡deja ya de corregirme! — stop correcting me!

me gusta que me corrijan cuando hablo en inglés — I like people to correct me when I speak English

corrígeme si me equivoco, pero creo que aquí hemos estado ya — correct me if I'm wrong, but I think we've been here before

2) (Educ) [+ examen, dictado, tareas] to mark, grade (EEUU)
2.
See:
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <error/falta> to correct; <modales> to improve, mend
b) <examen/dictado> to correct, grade (AmE), to mark (BrE)
c) <galeradas/pruebas> to correct
d) <defecto físico/postura> to correct
e) <trayectoria> to correct
2.
corregirse v pron
1)
a) (en el comportamiento) to change o mend one's ways
b) (refl) (al hablar) to correct oneself

corregirse de algo: se corrigió del error — she corrected her mistake

un defecto que se corrige solo — a defect which corrects itself

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= correct, make + good, put + Nombre + right, repair, amend, set + right, redress, put + right, right, edit.
Ex. Packages which have been used will be thoroughly tested in various applications, and any weakness corrected.
Ex. Any child who comes to school at five years old without certain kinds of literary experience is a deprived child in whose growth there are deficiencies already difficult to make good.
Ex. In 1986/87 Glasgow District Library spent over £30,000 on vandalism -- both on putting it right and in trying to prevent it.
Ex. In the more common perspective of linear causality, we seek to explain a negative consequence by searching for its root cause and repairing it.
Ex. This article shows how to amend and cancel orders and how to arrange delivery by telefacsimile.
Ex. A serious omission or duplication in a page of prose, for instance, might necessitate the rejustification of dozens of lines, whereas if the mistake had been spotted in the stick it could have been set right in a matter of moments.
Ex. To redress this iniquity women are demanding not only equal pay for equal work, but equal pay for work of equal value.
Ex. The author emphasises the importance of the early stages of planning, where the seeds of failure are often sown, and mistakes made then will be very difficult to put right later.
Ex. The author questions whether this is a transitional phenomenon which will be righted later.
Ex. During the construction of a thesaurus, the computer can be enlisted to sort, merge, edit and compare terms.
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* corregir a mano = hand-correct.
* corregir deficiencias = correct + deficiencies.
* corregir errores = debug.
* corregir exámenes = mark + exams.
* corregir inexactitudes = set + the record straight.
* corregirlo = put + matters + right.
* corregir pruebas = proof, proofread.
* corregirse = clean up + Posesivo + act.
* corregir una prueba = correct + proof.
* corregir una situación = correct + situation, redress + situation.
* corregir un error = correct + error, amend + mistake, correct + a wrong, correct + Posesivo + mistake.
* corregir un mal = correct + a wrong.
* corregir un problema = correct + problem.
* sin corregir = unamended, uncorrected, unrevised.
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1.
verbo transitivo
a) <error/falta> to correct; <modales> to improve, mend
b) <examen/dictado> to correct, grade (AmE), to mark (BrE)
c) <galeradas/pruebas> to correct
d) <defecto físico/postura> to correct
e) <trayectoria> to correct
2.
corregirse v pron
1)
a) (en el comportamiento) to change o mend one's ways
b) (refl) (al hablar) to correct oneself

corregirse de algo: se corrigió del error — she corrected her mistake

un defecto que se corrige solo — a defect which corrects itself

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= correct, make + good, put + Nombre + right, repair, amend, set + right, redress, put + right, right, edit.

Ex: Packages which have been used will be thoroughly tested in various applications, and any weakness corrected.

Ex: Any child who comes to school at five years old without certain kinds of literary experience is a deprived child in whose growth there are deficiencies already difficult to make good.
Ex: In 1986/87 Glasgow District Library spent over £30,000 on vandalism -- both on putting it right and in trying to prevent it.
Ex: In the more common perspective of linear causality, we seek to explain a negative consequence by searching for its root cause and repairing it.
Ex: This article shows how to amend and cancel orders and how to arrange delivery by telefacsimile.
Ex: A serious omission or duplication in a page of prose, for instance, might necessitate the rejustification of dozens of lines, whereas if the mistake had been spotted in the stick it could have been set right in a matter of moments.
Ex: To redress this iniquity women are demanding not only equal pay for equal work, but equal pay for work of equal value.
Ex: The author emphasises the importance of the early stages of planning, where the seeds of failure are often sown, and mistakes made then will be very difficult to put right later.
Ex: The author questions whether this is a transitional phenomenon which will be righted later.
Ex: During the construction of a thesaurus, the computer can be enlisted to sort, merge, edit and compare terms.
* corregir a mano = hand-correct.
* corregir deficiencias = correct + deficiencies.
* corregir errores = debug.
* corregir exámenes = mark + exams.
* corregir inexactitudes = set + the record straight.
* corregirlo = put + matters + right.
* corregir pruebas = proof, proofread.
* corregirse = clean up + Posesivo + act.
* corregir una prueba = correct + proof.
* corregir una situación = correct + situation, redress + situation.
* corregir un error = correct + error, amend + mistake, correct + a wrong, correct + Posesivo + mistake.
* corregir un mal = correct + a wrong.
* corregir un problema = correct + problem.
* sin corregir = unamended, uncorrected, unrevised.

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corregir [I8 ]
vt
1 ‹error/falta› to correct
quiere que lo corrijan cuando se equivoca he wants to be corrected when he makes a mistake
tendrás que corregir esos modales you'll have to improve o mend your manners
2 ‹examen/dictado› to correct, grade (AmE), to mark (BrE)
3 ‹galeradas/pruebas› to correct, read
4 ‹defecto físico/postura› to correct
5 ‹rumbo/trayectoria› to correct
corregirse
v pron
A
1 (en el comportamiento) to change o mend one's ways
hace esfuerzos para corregirse de ese hábito he is trying to get out of that habit
2 (refl) (al hablar) to correct oneself corregirse DE algo:
se corrigió del error she corrected her mistake
B
«defecto físico»: un defecto que se corrige solo a defect which corrects itself
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corregir (conjugate corregir) verbo transitivo (en general) to correct;
modalesto improve, mend;
examen/pruebato correct;
(puntuar) to grade (AmE), to mark (BrE)
corregirse verbo pronominal
a) (en el comportamiento) to change o mend one's ways

b) (refl) (al hablar) to correct oneself;

un defecto físico que se corrige solo a defect which corrects itself

corregir verbo transitivo to correct
'corregir' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
enderezar
- enmendar
- prueba
- plantilla
English:
amend
- chasten
- copy-edit
- correct
- edit
- imbalance
- mark
- proof
- proofread
- right
- grade
- pick
- redress
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corregir
vt
1. [error] to correct;
corrígeme si me equivoco, pero creo que… correct me if I'm wrong, but I think…;
estas gafas corregirán la visión these glasses will correct your vision
2. [pruebas, galeradas] to proofread
3. [examen] to mark
4. [rumbo] to correct
5. [reprender] to reprimand
See also the pronominal verb corregirse
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corregir
v/t correct
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corregir {28} vt
1) enmendar: to correct, to emend
2) : to reprimand
3)
corregir pruebas : to proofread
See also the reflexive verb corregirse
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corregir vb to correct

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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