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rectify

 [rek´tĭ-fi]
1. to refine or make straight.
2. to convert alternating current to direct current.

rec·ti·fy

(rek'ti-fī),
1. To correct.
2. To purify or refine by distillation; usually implies repeated distillations.
[L. rectus, right, straight]

rec·ti·fy

(rek'ti-fī)
1. To correct.
2. To purify or refine by distillation; usually implies repeated distillations.
[L. rectus, right, straight]

rec·ti·fy

(rek'ti-fī)
1. To correct.
2. To purify or refine by distillation; usually implies repeated distillations.
[L. rectus, right, straight]
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A statement issued by the embassy on Monday, urged all Egyptian labourers who do not have work or residency permits to immediately rectify their status to preserve their interests and comply with enforced laws and regulations in the Kingdom.
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Because a real estate broker should be aware of a lender's criteria for providing financing, the broker can guide the building owner and manager to eliminate red flags and rectify the kinds of obstacles noted thus far in this article.