correction in English

Pronunciation
n. amendment, making right; punishment, discipline
n. correction, marking; editing, emendation; updating (Computers)

Example Sentences

The researchers found in their tests that they could detect a Google Glass PIN (or four-digit password) up to three metres away 83% of the time, or more than 90% with manual correction for errors.
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'A beggarly thing,' observed the lady, in correction.
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A guy in a Board of Corrections uniform met the party at a reception desk.
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Along with localization correction, each of the characters is included in an identical number of the realized relations.
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CVD and CCV shall not have erasures and corrections.
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Future movements will be determined by external factors, while at current levels we could expect a further correction.
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Correctly interpreted, the market could be forming a Running Correction (left) or may be subdividing for wave-c (right).
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I’ve made a few corrections.
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It is easily shown that the first-order correction to the energy vanishes for any eigenstate of the unperturbed energy.
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Next to him stood a motorcycle policeman taking down names with much sweat and correction in a little book.
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