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cor·rec·tive / kəˈrektiv/ • adj. designed to correct or counteract something harmful or undesirable. • n. a thing intended to correct or counteract something else: the move might be a corrective to some inefficient practices within hospitals. DERIVATIVES: cor·rec·tive·ly adv.

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corrective (kŏ-rek-tiv) n. any drug or agent that modifies the action of another substance.

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