Examples of remedial in a Sentence
Officials have pledged remedial action to repair damaged bridges.
Thirty percent of the new students need remedial classes in math.
He's taking a course in remedial reading.
Recent Examples of remedial from the Web
Aisha Alhassan, minister of women’s affairs and social development, said Tuesday that the women will attend months of remedial studies.
After graduating from Bulkeley in 1992, Turner went on to the University of Hartford for her bachelor's degree in elementary education and later earned her master's in remedial reading and language arts from Central Connecticut State University.
But the states pursuing Microsoft through the court system are hoping to show that the world’s largest software maker is a recidivist monopolist in bad need of some serious remedial punishment.
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First Known Use of remedial
REMEDIAL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of remedial for English Language Learners
: done to correct or improve something : done to make something better
: done to cure or treat someone
: involving students who need special help to improve in a particular subject
REMEDIAL Defined for Kids
Definition of remedial for Students
: intended to make something better He takes classes in remedial reading.
Legal Definition of remedial
1a : intended as or providing a remedy b : concerned with the correction, removal, or abatement of an evil, defect, or disease remedial treatment of an inmate to improve behavior a workers' compensation claimant who received remedial attention from a doctor a remedial statute correcting the previous law
2 : of, relating to, or being a law enacted for the purpose of providing a method of enforcing an already existing substantive right : procedural
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