amend

[v] - make amendments to
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Amend

A·mend' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Amended ; present participle & verbal noun Amending .] [ French amender , Latin emendare ; e ( ex ) + mendum , menda , fault, akin to Sans...
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Amend

A·mend' (ȧ*mĕnd') intransitive verb To grow better by rectifying something wrong in manners or morals; to improve. 'My fortune . . . amends .' Sir P. Sidney.
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amend

To change or modify in any way for the better; as. ... By simply removing what is erroneous, corrupt, superfluous, faulty, and the like. ... By supplying deficiencies. ... By substituting something else in the place of what is removed; to rectify. 'Mar not the thing that can not be amended.' (Shak) 'An instant emergency, granting no possibility for...
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amend

verb make amendments to; `amend the document`
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amend

verb to make better; `The editor improved the manuscript with his changes`
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Amend

• (v. i.) To grow better by rectifying something wrong in manners or morals; to improve. • (v. t.) To change or modify in any way for the better • (v. t.) by substituting something else in the place of what is removed; to rectify. • (v. t.) by simply removing what is erroneous, corrupt, superfluous, faulty, and the like; • ...
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amend

amend 1. To free (a person) from faults, correct, reform, turn from wrong, convert. 2. To reform oneself, abandon one's faults or evil ways. 3. In law, to correct (an error committed in a legal process), or rectify (a legal document). 4. To repair or make good (what is broken or damaged). 5. The change from e- to a- took place very early, being fo...
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Amend

[motion] The motion to amend, in parliamentary procedure, is used to modify another motion. ==Explanation and use== ===Main motions=== Any main motion and any motion to amend may be amended. However, a motion to amend a motion to amend may not be amended, due to the overly complex parliamentary situation that would frequently result. ===Sec...
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Amend

To make a change in a bill, a law, or a complaint or other court pleading or document.
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amend

make revisions to
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amend

To change.
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Amend

Improve, correct or change a complaint or other pleading.
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Amend

To incorporate an organic or mineral material such as compost, rock powder, sphagnum peat, fertilizer or lime into the soil to enhance its fertility or structure, or adjust its pH.
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Amend

To alter or change by adding, subtracting, or substituting. One can amend a statute, a contract, or a written pleading filed in a law suit. The change is usually called an amendment.
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