Part of speech:
The result of this; revised form or version, as of a book, manuscript, etc.
A statement of such an alteration or addition.
(Law) A means, as court action, by which violation of a right is prevented or compensated for; legal redress
A transformation or transition from one state, condition, or phase to another:
A 16th-century movement in Western Europe that aimed at reforming some doctrines and practices of the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of the Protestant churches.
Something, such as a subscription, that is renewed.
An instance of a modification or a redecorating.
Rescue from a siege:
The act, process, or work of repairing
Something, such as money, given or received as payment or reparation, as for a service or loss.
Assurance beyond doubt or question; complete conviction:
Repayment or reimbursement for loss, damage, etc.; compensation
(Theology) Punishment or reward distributed in a future life based on performance in this one.
The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
Something done or money paid to make amends or compensate for a wrong.
Something given or done to make up for a loss, injury, etc.; compensation
The act of allowing, permitting, admitting, etc.
(Obs.) Agreement or reconciliation
The act of propitiating.
The settlement of how much is to be paid in cases of loss or claim, as by insurance
A change that corrects a mistake; change from wrong to right, or from abnormal to normal; emendation; rectification
Release, as from a debt, penalty, or obligation.
A return to a former condition or situation
A representation or reconstruction of the original form or structure, as of a building, fossil animal, etc.
To correct by calculation or adjustment:
To move or change (something) so as to be in a more effective arrangement or desired condition:
To better one's conduct; reform.
To bring into agreement; reconcile
To oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary action; check.
To contribute to the effectiveness or improvement of (something); improve or advance:
To deny the existence or truth of
(Printing) To cause (printed matter) to transfer or smear onto another surface.
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.
To bring or send help to
To lay claim to or establish possession of (something for oneself or another)
To improve by critical editing:
To reform or correct:
In a straight line; directly:
To take vengeance on behalf of, as for a wrong
To pay back.
To make return or repayment to for a benefit, injury, etc.; reward or retaliate against
To become stable or firm; harden:
To bring about (damage or destruction, for example):
To offset; counterbalance.
To protect against or keep free from loss, damage, etc.; insure
To repay or compensate (a person) for expenses, damages, losses, etc.
To compensate for; make payment for:
Something given or done to make up for injury, loss, etc. that one has caused
Discharge from a debt or obligation
The act of remunerating
A counterclaim that reduces or discharges the amount owed to a claimant.
(Educ.) The act or process of remedying or overcoming learning disabilities or problems
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