Rectify

• (v. t.) 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. • (v. t.) To produce ( as factitious gin or brandy) by redistilling low wines or ardent spirits (whisky, rum, etc.), flavoring substanc...
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rectify

(rek´tĭ-fi) to refine or make straight. to convert alternating current to direct current.
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rectify

1. 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.' (Shak) 'This was an error of opinion which a conflicting opinion would have rectified.' (Burke) ... 2. <chemistry...
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Rectify

Rec'ti·fy transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Rectified (-f?d); present participle & verbal noun Rectifying (-f?`?ng).] [ French rectifier , Late Latin rectificare ; Latin rectus right + -ficare (i...
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rectify

make right or correct
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rectify

Type: Term Pronunciation: rek′ti-fī Definitions: 1. To correct. 2. To purify or refine by distillation; usually implies repeated distillations.
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rectify

[v] - math: determine the length of 2. [v] - set straight or right 3. [v] - convert into direct current
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