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accept to regard as valid or correct. [1/6 definitions]
accepted generally regarded as normal, right, or correct; approved; recognized. [1/2 definitions]
add up to make the correct total or expected result. [1/2 definitions]
adjust to bring to a more desirable, fitting, or correct state, relationship, position, or the like. [1/5 definitions]
adjustable able to be adjusted; able to be made into a more desirable, fitting, or correct state, position, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
apple-pie perfectly correct; excellent. [1/2 definitions]
approximate very close in accuracy; nearly exact or correct. [1/6 definitions]
array a correct or proper arrangement. [1/6 definitions]
authoritative accepted as correct, true, or reliable as a source of information; official. [1/2 definitions]
ballpark (informal) approximately correct; with some margin for error. [1/2 definitions]
bifocal (pl.) eyeglasses or contact lenses with separate sections that correct for near and far vision. [1/3 definitions]
calibrate to assign, verify, or correct the graduated markings on (a quantitative measuring instrument such as a thermometer). [2 definitions]
check an assessment or search to make sure something is correct or in order. [2/19 definitions]
collate to stack the pages in the correct order.
collocate to place together or put in correct order; arrange.
confirm to prove or verify; show to be true or correct. [1/4 definitions]
consequent following as a logical conclusion; logically consistent or correct. [1/3 definitions]
contact lens a thin, usu. plastic lens, clear or tinted, that is worn over the cornea of the eye to correct imperfect vision or change the color of the eyes.
correctable combined form of correct.
corrupt to make alterations, usu. errors, in the original or correct version of (a text, language, or the like). [1/11 definitions]
cosmetic designed to increase attractiveness or correct physical blemishes. [1/4 definitions]