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English - Turkish
DOgRULUK
dürüstlük
uygunluk
doğruluk

Politik doğruluk fikrinin yararlı mı yoksa zararlı mı olup olmadığını tartışın. - Discuss whether the idea of political correctness is beneficial or harmful.

Biz politik doğruluktan korkmuyoruz. - We're not afraid of political correctness.

correct
düzeltmek

Öyleyse, birisinin hatasını düzeltmekte geç kalmak diye bir şey yoktur. - Well, there's no such thing as being too late to correct one's faults.

Test kağıtlarını düzeltmekle meşgul. - He is busy correcting test papers.

correct
{s} doğru

Doğru olan cümleleri değiştirmeyin. Yerine doğal görünen alternatif çeviriler ekleyebilirsiniz. - Don't change sentences that are correct. You can, instead, submit natural-sounding alternative translations.

Lütfen doğru cevabı kontrol edin. - Please check the correct answer.

correct
{f} haddini bildirmek
correct
{s} uygun

Tatoeba külliyatındaki tüm cümleleri, dil eğitimi için doğru ve uygun saymak tehlikelidir. - It's dangerous to assume that all of the sentences in the Tatoeba Corpus are correct and suitable for language study.

correct
hatasız

Bu cümle saçma ama hatasız. - The sentence is senseless, but correct.

Tom'un hatasız olduğuna inanıyorum. - I believe Tom is correct.

correct
harbi
correct
{s} kusursuz

O kesinlikle kusursuzdur. - She's correct for sure.

Ne Tom ne de Mary kusursuz. - Neither Tom nor Mary is correct.

correct
{f} doğrulamak
correct
{f} cezalandırmak
correct
{f} düzelt

Eğer yanlış yaparsam beni düzelt - Correct me if I am wrong.

İnsanlar sadece ne olduklarını göstererek düzeltilebilir. - Men can only be corrected by showing them what they are.

correct
{s} tam

Saatim bozuk olduğu için, saati tam bilmiyordum. - Since my watch was broken, I didn't know the correct time.

İngilizcen dil bilgisi bakımından doğru fakat bazen söylediğin tam olarak bir yerlinin söylediğine benzemiyor. - Your English is grammatically correct, but sometimes what you say just doesn't sound like what a native speaker would say.

correct
doğrultmak
correct
(Dilbilim) doğrudoğru
correct
yanlışı doğruya çevirmek
correct
iyileştirmek
correct
dosdoğru
correct
rast
correct
tamam

Alıştırmaları düzeltmeyi tamamladı. - She has finished correcting the exercises.

Sen tamamen hatasızsın. - You are entirely correct.

correct
dürüst
correct
doğruluk

Politik doğruluktan korkmuyorum. - I'm not afraid of political correctness.

Biz politik doğruluktan korkmuyoruz. - We're not afraid of political correctness.

correct
sağın
correct
uygunluk
correct
yanlışsız
program correctness
program doğruluğu
political correctness
Siyaseten doğruluk (İngilizce: Political correctness), farklı dil, din, kültür ve cinsiyetten kişileri incitmemek amacıyla, özenle kullanılan ifade, düşünce ve uygulamaları tanımlamak amacıyla kullanılan bir terimdir. Daha çok sıfat haliyle "siyaseten doğru" şeklinde kullanılır. Bu terim günümüzde daha çok "farklı olanları" incitmemek için yapılan bazı uygulamaların pratik olmadığı veya özünde yanlış olduğu fikrinde olan karşıt taraflar tarafından eleştirel anlamda kullanılır hale gelmiştir
correct
{f} düzeltmek, doğrultmak, tashih etmek, ıslah etmek
correct
giderme
correct
ıslah
correct
düzeltme

Tom hatalarını düzeltmeye isteksiz görünüyor. - Tom seems to be unwilling to correct his mistakes.

Shishir son zamanlarda bir sürü cümle düzeltmektedir. - Shishir has been correcting a lot of sentences lately.

correct
ihtar
correct
{s} doğru, yerinde
correct
tashih etmek ıslah etmek
correct
cezalandırma
correct
kurala uygun
correct
correction fluid korektör house of correc
correct
nasihat
correct
ayar etme
correct
düzeltmek doğrultmak
English - English
The state of an algorithm that correctly mirrors its specification
freedom from error
conformity to the truth or to fact
conformity to recognized standards
{n} accuracy, exactness, nicety, care
(software engineering) - the degree to which a system or component is free from faults in its specification, design, and implementation - the degree to which software, documentation, or other items meet specified requirements - the degree to which software, documentation, or other items meet user needs and expectations, whether specified or not
The ability of code to perform exactly the tasks required as defined by the requirements and/or specification for that code
conformity to social expectations
The state or quality of being correct; as, the correctness of opinions or of manners; correctness of taste; correctness in writing or speaking; the correctness of a text or copy
It is the straightness of the action of the limbs (i e faults would be winging, paddling, ringing hocks) Dressage judges deal with Correctness only indirectly; that is, to the degree that it affects the purity or quality of the gait Breeding class judges address Correctness directly
The straightness of the action of the limbs (e g , faults would be winging, paddling, ringing hocks) Not the same as Purity Dressage judges deal with Correctness only indirectly; that is, to the degree that it affects the purity or quality of the gait Breeding class judges address Correctness directly
conformity to fact or truth conformity to social expectations
(software engineering)
Boolean A behavioural model is correct if its predicted behaviour is consistent with the facts (i e , the observations, or reference behaviour) in the domain
The degree to which software conforms to its specification
(1) a user-oriented quality requirement specifying the degree to which a work product (e g , component, application, document) shall be free from defects, typically specified in terms of the degree to which it: Fulfills its specified requirements Meets its associated user needs and expectations, whether specified or not
conformity to fact or truth
{i} properness, justness; honesty, frankness
integrity
Ä°ntegrity
const correctness
The proper declaration of objects as immutable in contexts where they are not expected to be modified
correct
To inform (someone) of the latter's error

It's rude to correct your parents.

correct
To grade (examination papers)
correct
Free from error; true; the state of having an affirmed truth
political correctness
The result or product of being politically correct
political correctness
The concept that one has to shape their statements (if not their opinions) according to a certain political dogma, i.e. to be politically correct
politically correctness
Political correctness
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go down in value; "the stock market corrected"; "prices slumped"
correct
{a} exact, revised with exactness
correct
{v} to punish, mend faults, temper
political correctness
Political correctness (PC or politically correct) is a term used to describe language, ideas, policies, or behaviour seen as seeking to minimize offence to groups of people. Conversely, the term politically incorrect is used to refer to language or ideas that may cause offense or that are unconstrained by orthodoxy
CORRECT
make reparations or amends for; "right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust"
CORRECT
correct in opinion or judgment; "time proved him right"
CORRECT
adj [right/not wrong] betul 2 adj [true] benar
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adjust or make up for; "engineers will work to correct the effects or air resistance"
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Hie'teenglish | adronato
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adjust the contract to a different strain, having been offered a choice by partner [Example: "Correcting" is often equivalent to "taking a preference" between two indicated suits, as in the partnership sequence one spade -- one notrump -- two diamonds "Correct" is often used instead of "prefer" when the choice is offered implicitly rather than explicitly; for example, if opener bids two diamonds, showing a weak two-bid in either spade or hearts, a response of two hearts asks opener to pass with hearts or to correct to spades ]
CORRECT
in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure; "what's the right word for this?"; "the right way to open oysters"
CORRECT
censure severely; "She chastised him for his insensitive remarks"
CORRECT
punish in order to gain control or enforce obedience; "The teacher disciplined the pupils rather frequently"
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alter or regulate so as to achieve accuracy or conform to a standard; "Adjust the clock, please"; "correct the alignment of the front wheels"
correct
correctamundo
correct
treat a defect; "The new contact lenses will correct for his myopia"
correct
{s} right; accurate, exact; proper
correct
When someone corrects a piece of writing, they look at it and mark the mistakes in it. It took an extraordinary effort to focus on preparing his classes or correcting his students' work
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The correct thing or method is the thing or method that is required or is most suitable in a particular situation. The use of the correct materials was crucial the correct way to produce a crop of tomato plants. = right + correctly cor·rect·ly If correctly executed, this shot will give them a better chance of getting the ball close to the hole. = properly
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To bring back, or attempt to bring back, to propriety in morals; to reprove or punish for faults or deviations from moral rectitude; to chastise; to discipline; as, a child should be corrected for lying
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If you correct someone, you say something which you think is more accurate or appropriate than what they have just said. `Actually, that isn't what happened,' George corrects me I must correct him on a minor point
correct
{f} make right; amend, rectify, emend; fix something that is wrong; punish, castigate
correct
If something is correct, it is in accordance with the facts and has no mistakes. The correct answers can be found at the bottom of page 8 The following information was correct at time of going to press = right incorrect + correctly cor·rect·ly Did I pronounce your name correctly? + correctness cor·rect·ness Ask the investor to check the correctness of what he has written. = accuracy
correct
To make something that was not valid become right. To remove error
correct
If you correct a problem, mistake, or fault, you do something which puts it right. He has criticised the government for inefficiency and delays in correcting past mistakes. = rectify + correction corrections cor·rec·tion legislation to require the correction of factual errors We will then make the necessary corrections
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If a person or their behaviour is correct, their behaviour is in accordance with social or other rules. I think English men are very polite and very correct = proper + correctly cor·rect·ly The High Court of Parliament began very correctly with a prayer for the Queen. + correctness cor·rect·ness his stiff-legged gait and formal correctness
correct
If someone is correct, what they have said or thought is true. You are absolutely correct. The leaves are from a bay tree If Casey is correct, the total cost of the cleanup would come to $110 billion. = right wrong
correct
free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth; "the correct answer"; "the correct version"; "the right answer"; "took the right road"; "the right decision"
correct
With good manners; well behaved; conforming with accepted standards of behaviour
correct
Set right, or made straight; hence, conformable to truth, rectitude, or propriety, or to a just standard; not faulty or imperfect; free from error; as, correct behavior; correct views
correct
If you say that someone is correct in doing something, you approve of their action. You are perfectly correct in trying to steer your mother towards increased independence I think the president was correct to reject the offer. = right + correctly cor·rect·ly When an accident happens, quite correctly questions are asked
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in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure; "what's the right word for this?"; "the right way to open oysters
correct
socially right or correct; "it isn't right to leave the party without saying goodbye"; "correct behavior"
correct
treat a defect; "The new contact lenses will correct for his myopia" make right or correct; "Correct the mistakes"; "rectify the calculation" free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth; "the correct answer"; "the correct version"; "the right answer"; "took the right road"; "the right decision" socially right or correct; "it isn't right to leave the party without saying goodbye"; "correct behavior" in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure; "what's the right word for this?"; "the right way to open oysters
correct
To remove or retrench the faults or errors of; to amend; to set right; as, to correct the proof (that is, to mark upon the margin the changes to be made, or to make in the type the changes so marked)
correct
To make right; to bring to the standard of truth, justice, or propriety; to rectify; as, to correct manners or principles
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make right or correct; "Correct the mistakes"; "rectify the calculation"
correct
To counteract the qualities of one thing by those of another; said of whatever is wrong or injurious; as, to correct the acidity of the stomach by alkaline preparations
political correctness
{i} avoidance of expressions/terms or actions that may be considered offending or discriminatory to specific people (as on issues that involve race or sexual affinity or gender)
political correctness
avoidance of expressions or actions that can be perceived to exclude or marginalize or insult people who are socially disadvantaged or discriminated against
political correctness
Political correctness is the attitude or policy of being extremely careful not to offend or upset any group of people in society who have a disadvantage, or who have been treated differently because of their sex, race, or disability. political incorrectness. language, behaviour, and attitudes that are carefully chosen so that they do not offend or insult anyone - used especially when you think someone is too careful in what they say or how they behave PC, politically correct politically correct
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