English version

put something right

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput something rightput something rightIMPROVEto make a situation better, especially after someone has made a mistake or behaved badly He has a chance to put things right by admitting a mistake was made. put
Examples from the Corpus
put something rightLarson has promised to put the city's finances right by the end of the year.
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