Definitions of "correction"
  1. A decline that counteracts a previous increase, especially in the context of market prices or business activity
  2. The process of treating and rehabilitating those who have committed offenses, which could involve penal custody, parole, or probation
How to use "correction" in a sentence
  1. The economic analysts predicted a correction in the stock market after a rapid increase in prices.
  2. The court ordered a correction program for the offender that included both parole and probation.
  3. The sudden dip in the tech industry is seen as a correction to the previous period of inflated success.

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