There are 2 translations of correct in Spanish:

correct1

Pronunciation: /kəˈrekt/

vt

  • 1.1 (put right) [mistake/defect] corregir*; [exam/proofs] corregir*; [person] corregir* to correct sb's eyesight/posture corregirle* la vista/postura a algn bad habits are difficult to correct es muy difícil corregir las malas costumbres correct me if I'm wrong, but … perdón, pero yo creo que … I stand corrected [formal or humorous/formal o humorístico] reconozco mi error
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    • However, only one of the faults was corrected, it emerged yesterday.
    • Residents of neighbouring Brandon Grove are without electricity for two hours tonight while the fault is corrected.
    • How it has taken almost a month to correct whatever fault that has rendered the traffic lights at this dangerous junction inoperable is beyond me.
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    • The proofreader then corrects the text and the editor looks through it again and makes the final changes.
    • We are grateful to J. Eckart for correcting the English text.
    • Though Ernst says he repeatedly offered to correct the text free of charge, his overtures were rejected.
    1.2 (punish) [dated & euph] [child] corregir*; [criminal] castigar*
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    • I stand corrected by Justin, Arbiter of Absolute Truth in Minor Jokes.
    • Howard sips claret from a picnic hamper as he corrects other people's mistakes.
    • But I call upon any antepost dog experts in the audience to correct me if I'm mistaken.

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There are 2 translations of correct in Spanish:

correct2

adj

  • 1.1 (true, right) [answer/time/figures] correcto you're quite correct está usted en lo cierto would I be correct in thinking/saying that … ? ¿estaría en lo cierto si pensara/dijera que … ? are you Mr Clive Davis? —that's correct ¿es usted el señor Clive Davis? —el mismo
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    • Without the ability to gather correct information and facts a free person cannot make decisions and choices.
    • The templates help ensure that the correct information is in fact recorded and stored.
    • They want to kill the messenger although he is speaking the truth and his facts are correct.
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    • They were correct in their judgement not to rush into a quick decision in appointing the new man.
    • The Court of Appeal, in our opinion, was correct in applying the dicta of the Acting Chief Justice and did so without error.
    • If they were correct in their opinion, then the Constitution is on their side.
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    • Though for the most part politically left of center, they refuse to abide by the heavy jargon of correct political thinking.
    • Those wearing different coloured clothing or growing their hair long were seen as having problems with correct political thinking.
    • This means it cannot be treated as general news; the correct political line must be observed.
    1.2 (proper) [manners/dress/language] correcto he's always very correct siempre es correctísimo or muy correcto
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    • Please co-operate by only depositing the correct recyclables in the appropriate containers.
    • Gone is the need to manually set the VCR whilst separately ensuring the cable box is on the correct channel at the appropriate time.
    • When the library receives a media request from an application, it mounts the appropriate cartridge to the correct drive.
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    • Therefore, while we are not always to blame for their behavior, we are correct to feel responsible.
    • He is the fountain-head of good manners and correct social behaviour as well as the ultimate spiritual and ethical guide.
    • In a normal society something like Hooke's Law would operate on them as they veered out of the groove of correct behaviour.

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Word of the day ampolla
f
blister …
Cultural fact of the day

The Lotería Nacional is a Spanish state-run lottery founded in 1812. There is an