Emend

• (v. t.) To purge of faults; to make better; to correct; esp., to make corrections in (a literary work); to alter for the better by textual criticism, generally verbal.
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emend

verb make improvements or corrections to; `the text was emended in the second edition`
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Emend

E·mend' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Emended ; present participle & verbal noun Emending .] [ Latin emendare ; e out + menda , mendum , fault, blemish: confer French émender . Confe...
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Emend

A drug used together with other drugs to prevent and control the nausea and vomiting caused by cancer treatment. It is also used to treat nausea and vomiting after surgery. It is a type of antiemetic and a type of substance P/neurokinin 1 receptor antagonist. Also called aprepitant.
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emend

emend 1. To free (a thing) from faults, correct (what is faulty), rectify. 2. To remove errors from (the text of a book or document). 3. To make corrections or alteration to improve a text.
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emend

make corrections to
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emend

make corrections to
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emend

[v] - make improvements or corrections to
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