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Rectification vs. Rectify

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Rectificationnoun

The action or process of rectifying.

‘the rectification of an error; the rectification of spirits’;

Rectifyverb

To heal (an organ or part of the body).

Rectificationnoun

(geometry) The determination of a straight line whose length is equal to a portion of a curve.

Rectifyverb

(transitive) To restore (someone or something) to its proper condition; to straighten out, to set right.

Rectificationnoun

(geometry) The truncation of a polyhedron by replacing each vertex with a face that passes though the midpoint of each edge connected to the vertex; an analogous procedure on a polytope of dimension higher than 3. Category:en:Higher-dimensional geometry

Rectifyverb

(transitive) To remedy or fix (an undesirable state of affairs, situation etc.).

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Rectificationnoun

(astronomy) The adjustment of a globe preparatory to the solution of a proposed problem.

Rectifyverb

To purify or refine (a substance) by distillation.

Rectificationnoun

Purification of a substance through repeated or continuous distillation.

Rectifyverb

(transitive) To correct or amend (a mistake, defect etc.).

Rectificationnoun

Any of a number of Chinese and Filipino communist purges. See rectification movement.

Rectifyverb

To correct (someone who is mistaken).

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Rectificationnoun

(astrology) A procedure that attempts to determine a person's time of birth based on events in their life.

Rectifyverb

To adjust (a globe or sundial) to prepare for the solution of a proposed problem.

Rectificationnoun

The act or operation of rectifying; as, the rectification of an error; the rectification of spirits.

‘After the rectification of his views, he was incapable of compromise with profounder shapes of error.’;

Rectifyverb

To convert (alternating current) into direct current.

Rectificationnoun

The determination of a straight line whose length is equal a portion of a curve.

Rectifyverb

To determine the length of a curve included between two limits.

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Rectificationnoun

(chemistry) the process of refinement or purification of a substance by distillation

Rectifyverb

(transitive) To produce (as factitious gin or brandy) by redistilling bad wines or strong spirits (whisky, rum, etc.) with flavourings.

Rectificationnoun

the conversion of alternating current to direct current

Rectifyverb

To make or set right; to correct from a wrong, erroneous, or false state; to amend; as, to rectify errors, mistakes, or abuses; to rectify the will, the judgment, opinions; to rectify disorders.

‘I meant to rectify my conscience.’; ‘This was an error of opinion which a conflicting opinion would have rectified.’;

Rectificationnoun

the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right

Rectifyverb

To refine or purify by repeated distillation or sublimation, by which the fine parts of a substance are separated from the grosser; as, to rectify spirit of wine.

Rectificationnoun

determination of the length of a curve; finding a straight line equal in length to a given curve

Rectifyverb

To produce ( as factitious gin or brandy) by redistilling low wines or ardent spirits (whisky, rum, etc.), flavoring substances, etc., being added.

Rectifyverb

math: determine the length of;

‘rectify a curve’;

Rectifyverb

reduce to a fine, unmixed, or pure state; separate from extraneous matter or cleanse from impurities;

‘refine sugar’;

Rectifyverb

bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one;

‘The Church reformed me’; ‘reform your conduct’;

Rectifyverb

set straight or right;

‘remedy these deficiencies’; ‘rectify the inequities in salaries’; ‘repair an oversight’;

Rectifyverb

make right or correct;

‘Correct the mistakes’; ‘rectify the calculation’;

Rectifyverb

convert into direct current;

‘rectify alternating current’;

Rectify

Rectify is an American television drama series exploring the life of a man after he is released from prison after nearly 20 years on death row following a wrongful conviction. It was created by Ray McKinnon and is the first original series from SundanceTV. It stars Aden Young, Abigail Spencer, J. Smith-Cameron, Adelaide Clemens, Clayne Crawford, and Luke Kirby, and premiered on April 22, 2013, with a first season run of six episodes.A second season of ten episodes, premiered on June 19, 2014.

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