correctverb

  • ja訂正する、直す
  • ento make right; to remove mistakes

Examples

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Around here, Oscar is known as "Actually"
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because he will insert himself into just about any conversation to add facts or correct grammar.
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Tina, I taught how to kiss.
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Gave her some bad information, never corrected it.
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She's out there darting her tongue like this.
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Go get her, honey!
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I know you can do it.
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He can't do it.
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Yes, you can.
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Did I just correct myself out loud?
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I'm taking the dog.
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Bitch.
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I hope you don't mind me correcting you.
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But she's a bitch and a herder.
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Hey, Siobhan, I noticed that your friend keeps calling me Ralph.
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Oh, really? I'm sorry.
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Do you think you could correct her for me?
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He's so confident.
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This morning, he finally corrected the barista when she called him "Charlize."
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He's been living as "Charlize Broil" for 5 years.
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And I know some of you are thinking, "Wait a minute, Ellen, your birthday was 2 weeks ago."
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Let me correct you, my birthday started 2 weeks ago.
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Started.
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Everyone just assumed my limp was from my accident.
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And then I never corrected them.

Other meanings for correct...

correctadjective

  • ja〔間違い・誤りなどを〕訂正する、正す
  • entrue or accurate; having no errors or mistakes
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Monica categorizes her towels.
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How many categories are there?
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Everyday use.
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Fancy.
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Guest.
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Fancy guest.
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Two seconds.
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Uh... Eleven!
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Eleven. Unbelievable.
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- Eleven is correct! - Yes! - Ha, ha, ha!
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She is just beautiful.
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That's the reason I married her.
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Well, that's not the only reason.
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Yes, it is.
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There was nothing else?
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Nope.
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Just my appearance?
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That is correct.
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What he means is, your beauty emanates from within.
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No, I don't.
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You know, I'm not so sure I wanna renew vows with—
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Don't give up on this, Francine.
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There were good times.
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Think back.
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He must have done something to show his love was true.
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Ignore that.
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This is Creed.
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- And he is in charge of...something, right? - That is correct.
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Say hi to the kids.
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Hi, kids.
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Yay.
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We’re down to 2 teams.
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So for double points, what is the name of the purple Teletubby?
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- Tinky Winky! - Tinky Winky!
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You’re both correct.
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He always carried a…
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Red purse.
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I want you to be assistant regional manager.
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Really?
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Well, in a sense.
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Although, publicly, I am going to retain the assistant regional manager position.
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You will be your own assistant.
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Correct. I need someone I can trust.
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But I would also like the title to be secretly applied to you,
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just stripped of its pomp and frills.
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Hi, Dr. Albrin Einstibe.
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I have an urgent question for you about Ancient Greece.
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Shall we walk?
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Of course, Doctor — I feel like you said Einstibe?
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Yes, that's correct, it's a family name.
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What is going on?
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Captain Holt sent me, just follow my lead.
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Prior to pairing day,
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you have been allocated a short farewell period with an individual of your choosing.
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A farewell period? Like, I get to say goodbye to someone?
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That is correct.
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- Data shows this can help provide psychological closure. - Frank, I choose Frank.