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corrected是correct的过去分词

correct的的用法,correct怎么读

美 [kə'rekt] 英 [kə'rekt]
  • v.修正;矫正;惩罚;补正(机件等)
  • adj.正确的;恰当的;(品行等)端正的
  • 网络更正;校正的;修正的
过去分词:corrected  现在分词:correcting  第三人称单数:corrects  
  • correct answer,correct word,correct use,correct sequence,correct diagnosis
  • correct error,correct mistake,correct omission,correct text,correct imbalance
  • adj.
  • inaccurate,incorrect
  • adj.
  • precise,right,accurate,exact,appropriate
  • v.
  • rectify,fix,put right,sort out,mark
  • 1.

    改正,更正,修正,订正;调整,补正(机件等);校正(印件等);矫正,制止(恶劣倾向等),使中和,解(毒);惩罚,训斥

    2.

    改,纠正,矫正,修正,校正,校订;修理

    3.

    改正;修改

    4.

    改口说

    5.

    精确

    6.

    弥补

    7.

    扭转

    8.

    剔除

    9.

    教训

    10.

    澄清

    1.

    改正,更正,修正,订正;调整,补正(机件等);校正(印件等);矫正,制止(恶劣倾向等),使中和,解(毒);惩罚,训斥

    2.

    改,纠正,矫正,修正,校正,校订;修理

    3.

    改正;修改

    4.

    改口说

    5.

    精确

    6.

    弥补

    7.

    扭转

    8.

    剔除

    9.

    教训

    10.

    澄清

    1.

    正确的,不错的,对,确有其事

    2.

    正确的;恰当的,合适的;(品行等)端正的

    3.

    准确的

    4.

    一本正经的,道貌岸然

    5.

    适合,恰当的

    6.

    端庄,有礼貌

    7.

    定(量)

    8.

    要求的

    9.

    合格的

    1.

    正确的,不错的,对,确有其事

    2.

    正确的;恰当的,合适的;(品行等)端正的

    3.

    准确的

    4.

    一本正经的,道貌岸然

    5.

    适合,恰当的

    6.

    端庄,有礼貌

    7.

    定(量)

    8.

    要求的

    9.

    合格的

    1.

    to take the errors out of something

    2.

    to point out or mark the errors in something

    3.

    to rectify an imperfection in something, or counteract something wrong or undesirable

    4.

    to modify something such as behavior in order to make it acceptable or bring it up to a standard

    5.

    to punish or scold somebody, especially a child, to bring about improvement or reform

    6.

    to show that something is wrong, and make it right

    7.

    to deal with a technical or medical problem, in order to make something work in the way that it should

    8.

    to look at a piece of writing and make marks showing where the mistakes are

    9.

    to change calculations or measurements so that they become more accurate

    1.

    to take the errors out of something

    2.

    to point out or mark the errors in something

    3.

    to rectify an imperfection in something, or counteract something wrong or undesirable

    4.

    to modify something such as behavior in order to make it acceptable or bring it up to a standard

    5.

    to punish or scold somebody, especially a child, to bring about improvement or reform

    6.

    to show that something is wrong, and make it right

    7.

    to deal with a technical or medical problem, in order to make something work in the way that it should

    8.

    to look at a piece of writing and make marks showing where the mistakes are

    9.

    to change calculations or measurements so that they become more accurate

    1.

    accurate or without errors

    2.

    acceptable, or meeting a required standard

    3.

    right according to the facts, with no mistakes

    4.

    behaving in a way that is considered socially right or polite

    1.

    accurate or without errors

    2.

    acceptable, or meeting a required standard

    3.

    right according to the facts, with no mistakes

    4.

    behaving in a way that is considered socially right or polite

    语法用例

    例句1:

    I immediately corrected the mistake, and I hope that this mistake can be forgiven.

    我马上改正了错误,我希望这个错误可以被原谅。

    例句2:

    It was not until Galaxy Guide 3: The Empire Strikes Back came out in 1989 that this error was corrected.

    直到1989年《银河系指南3:帝国反击战》出版,这个错误才得到纠正。

    例句3:

    British families, the children have no reason to fail to see the coddled. mistakes will be corrected or even punish children.

    在英国的家庭中,绝对看不到对儿童的没有理由的娇宠,犯了错误的孩子会受到纠正甚至惩罚。

    例句4:

    Deviation Number Three: The THC result of the high purity compressed air did not meet the acceptance criteria. The deviation was corrected.

    偏差三:高纯压缩空气的THC结果不符合验收标准。该偏差已经纠正。

    例句5:

    The Defense Secretary stared at the floor, then politely corrected him, but the comment did not go unnoticed.

    国防部长盖茨起先瞪着地板,然后礼貌的纠正了他,对此这并没有引起评论界太大关注。

    例句6:

    he corrected me quickly. "I don't want to put you to any trouble, you see. "

    他马上纠正了我的话,“我不希望给您添麻烦,你明白。”

    例句7:

    She helped him with his English, corrected his pronunciation, and started him on arithmetic.

    她帮助他学英语,纠正他的发音,给他上数学启蒙课。

    例句8:

    He happens to be the President, Charles. Not you. -That's a mistake that will be corrected one of these days.

    他只是刚好就是总统,查尔斯。而你不是。-近来这种丑闻大众都知道是错的。

    例句9:

    He thought I was signing up for a drawing class in order to see nude girls. He didn't want to be corrected.

    他以为我为了去看裸体姑娘而报名了一个美术课。

    例句10:

    But current sentiment is that this may continue for a while before it is corrected, whether by intervention or other means.

    市场目前的看法是,这种情况仍会持续一段时间才纠正过来。