Definitions of "remedy"
  1. A solution provided by the law to enforce a right or to correct a wrong. This can take a variety of forms including financial compensation, returning of lost property, ordering a particular action, or preventing certain behavior
  2. The act of addressing a legal problem or violation
How to use "remedy" in a sentence
  1. The remedy for the breach of contract was financial compensation to the harmed party.
  2. The court granted an injunction as a remedy to prevent the construction company from further damaging the environment.
  3. The new regulation serves as a remedy for past discriminatory hiring practices.

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