adjective Date: 1605 archaic remedial

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • Remediate — Re*me di*ate ( ?t), a. Remedial. [R.] Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • remediate — 1969, back formation from REMEDIATION (Cf. remediation). Related: Remediated; remediating …   Etymology dictionary

  • remediate — [ri mē′dē āt΄] vt. remediated, remediating to provide a remedy for …   English World dictionary

  • remediate — v.t., remediated, remediating. * * * …   Universalium

  • remediate — 1. verb /rəˈmiːdieɪt,rəˈmɛdiət,rəˈmiːdiət/ To correct or improve a deficiency or problem. Syn: rectify, remedy 2. adjective /rəˈmiːdieɪt,rəˈmɛdiət,rəˈmiːdiət/ Intended to correct or …   Wiktionary

  • remediate — /rəˈmidieɪt/ (say ruh meedeeayt) verb (t) (remediated, remediating) to correct or improve (a deficiency or impairment). {backformation from remediation} …   Australian English dictionary

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