correcting


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Idioms.

correcting

[kə′rek·tiŋ]
(navigation)
The process of applying corrections, particularly that of converting compass to magnetic direction, or compass, magnetic, or gyro to true direction.
References in classic literature ?
Your impression can not possibly require correcting by mine.
The former of these teaching the folly and vanity of it, and the latter correcting it as unlawful, and at the same time assuaging it, by raising future hopes and assurances, which enable a strong and religious mind to take leave of a friend, on his deathbed, with little less indifference than if he was preparing for a long journey; and, indeed, with little less hope of seeing him again.
Correcting anemia can preserve kidney function in many kidney transplant recipients according to a new study in the January 2012 Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.
substantially reduce the cost of correcting the pervasive problem of improperly paying expenses from the plan.
She was prohibited from correcting grammatical errors explicitly but could recasts or request clarification if an error impeded comprehension.
Source Income Subject to Withholding, and not Forms 945, Annual Return of Withheld Federal Income Tax, and 1099, except to the extent that (1) correcting a failure to document U.
Other authors have previously described placement of unilateral and bilateral spreader grafts as a means of correcting the crooked nose deformity.
Correcting tall rotor balance on our Black Hawk is a tedious maintenance procedure.
A customer uploads the software to her database server, and the program operates behind the database itself, correcting information as it is entered.
The platelet count increment, which measures the platelet count increase without correcting for dosage or blood volume, is influenced by the platelet dose the patient receives.
Exception : When the "summary feedback" approach is being implemented, you are usually already correcting your errors.