Amends synonyms

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To improve the quality of (livestock or crops) through breeding.
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Payment for work done.
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A duty, typically arising from contract, in which one promises to make good another’s financial loss or liability, resulting from a particular event or contingency.
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A making good for loss, damages, or injury, by indemnifying the damaged party; return or restoring something to its lawful owner. Useful in both torts and contract law, restitution is sometimes used in criminal law as a condition of probation.
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That expiates or is meant to expiate
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Tending to repair.
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An acknowledgment of some fault, injury, insult, etc., with an expression of regret and a plea for pardon
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The definition of atonement is setting the example of being one with God, or a sacrificial act of dying for humankind sins, or the righting of a wrong.
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A means of expiating.
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Delivery of funds in settlement of a claim or debt; fulfillment of a monetary obligation.
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(R.C.Ch., Eastern Orthodox Ch.) A sacrament involving the confession of sin, repentance, and acceptance of the satisfaction imposed, followed by absolution by a priest
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Discharge from a debt or obligation
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Something given or done to make up for a loss, injury, etc.; compensation
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Reconciliation is the act of bringing people together to be friendly again or coming to an agreement.
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Relief, restitution, or damages.; a way of seeking remedy once the statute of limitations has expired. See also relief, remedy, recovery, and restitution.
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Process of converting a foreign currency into the currency of one's own country
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Return, as for an injury or friendly act.
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Punishment inflicted in the spirit of moral outrage or personal vengeance.
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Money offered, as for the capture of a criminal, the return of something lost, etc.
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(Mil.) To correct (the gun sight, one's aim, etc.) in firing
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To make better; improve:
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To make an adjustment, or otherwise act, so as to balance or offset something
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To correct is defined as to remove errors or to point out errors.
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To make suitable or improve by altering in a certain way
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To prepare (an author's works, journals, letters, etc.) for publication, by selection, arrangement, and annotation
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To pay the penalty of; suffer for
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To influence the outcome or actions of (something) by improper or unlawful means:
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The definition of improve is to make something or someone better, or to become better.
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To make better; improve; reform; set right
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To operate or work (against)
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(Grammar) To qualify or limit the meaning of. For example, summer modifies day in the phrase a summer day.
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Patch is defined as to repair or piece together.
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To get back; recover or regain:
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To set right; correct:
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To put into a new and improved form or condition; to restore to a former good state, or bring from bad to good; to change from worse to better; to amend; to correct.
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To pay back or compensate (another party) for money spent or losses incurred.
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To renew; restore; revive
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To pay (money borrowed in the past) to (a person, bank, etc. that loaned it)
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To get revenge on (another) for wrongdoing.
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To revise is to reconsider or change something.
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A reimbursement of loss, damage, or penalty.
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(International trade) A form of countertrade arrangement, in which the seller agrees to purchase within a set time frame products of a certain value from the buying country. This kind of agreement may be used in large international public sector contracts such as arms sales.
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(Business, management, accounting) The act of compensating someone for an expense.
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Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
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The act of repaying
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Settlement of debt; discharge of obligation
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A counterclaim that reduces or discharges the amount owed to a claimant.
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(Sports) A player who is available to replace another if the need arises, and who may or may not actually do so.
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(Law) The money paid or awarded to a claimant (in England), a pursuer (in Scotland) or a plaintiff (in the US) in a civil action.
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To make better, to improve; to heal or solve a problem.
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The definition of ameliorate is to improve or make better.
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(Dated) To use or employ to good purpose; to turn to profitable account.
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To set right; remedy:
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To cure or heal, as with medicine
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(Electronics) To convert alternating current into direct current.
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To indicate or mark the errors in:
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To change the form or structure of.
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To reconsider and change or modify:
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To reform or correct:
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In the proper or desired manner; well:
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To change for the better.
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To improve or refine (someone or someone's manners, appearance, etc.) as by removing crudeness or vulgarity
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(Mil.) To change the direction of or cease (fire)
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Edit is defined as to prepare something for publication or final copy by removing errors and extra words.
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To lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch:
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(Computers) To save (a usually altered file) over its most recent version in the same storage location.
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To rewrite or revise
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Revamp is to repair, restore or give something old a new appearance or a new life.
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To set right (an undesirable situation, for example); remedy or rectify.
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To refrain from; avoid or resist. Used with can or cannot:
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(Archaic) To lower in position or rank.
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To lower in value, price, or amount
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To lower the price of:
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To damage or impair.
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Corrupt means to destroy someone's honesty or hurt someone's morals.
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To impair the soundness, perfection, or integrity of; spoil.
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To do harm to; hurt, damage, etc.
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To make worse; to impair.
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To cause to weaken, be damaged, or diminish, as in quality:
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To remove or reduce; especially to reduce a quantity or number
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Find another word for amends. In this page you can discover 84 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for amends, like: upgrades, compensation, indemnity, reparation, restitution, compensative, compensatory, expiatory, reparative, apology and atonement.