Meaning of correctable in English:

correctable

Pronunciation /kəˈrɛktəb(ə)l/

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adjective

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‘Then consider how many laws, taxes, and restrictions have been imposed when it's not clear that there is a problem that's correctable.’
  • ‘Amblyopia or lazy eye is characterised by poor vision that is not correctable with glasses in an otherwise normal and healthy eye.’
  • ‘Many people have vision problems that are correctable with glasses or contact lenses.’
  • ‘I think it's something that we really should take note of now because it's all correctable and it certainly has potentially significant adverse consequences in the long term.’
  • ‘If, however, you stay focused on what's going wrong that is correctable, you may get a better response to your suggestions for getting help.’