Definition of corrective
: intended to correct corrective lenses corrective punishment
Examples of corrective in a Sentence
She had corrective surgery on her knee this past summer.
People with bad eyesight usually need to wear corrective lenses, such as eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Recent Examples of corrective from the Web
FDA investigators also cited a failure by the company to investigate problems and take corrective action, according to the complaint.
When accidents do occur, our focus is to determine causes, identify corrective actions, and prevent recurrences.
Earlier this year, Plescia told commissioners that an ongoing state review of clinic operations to that point had found no problems serious enough to warrant a corrective action plan.
Actually, a good podiatrist will exhaust all other corrective methods outside of surgery first.
The root cause has been identified and corrective actions have been implemented.
The ban will remain in place until satisfactory corrective actions are taken, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Thursday in a statement.
With such testimonials, there could be a temptation to keep Kalanick involved, thereby limited the corrective powers of a new CEO.
The one downside is that creams have more corrective, nourishing benefits than oil.
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Definition of corrective for English Language Learners
: meant to correct a problem : intended to make something better
Medical Definition of corrective
: a medication that removes undesirable or unpleasant side effects of other medication phenobarbital acts as a corrective in overcoming the insomnia produced by ephedrine
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