English version

put something to rights

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishput something to rightsput something to rightsSOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEMto make a place or situation return to normal again It took ages to put the room to rights again. right
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put something to rightsThis month, however, is my chance to put all that to rights.If you mean to put everything to rights between yourself and Benedict, you must make an effort on your own account.He wanted to put the world to rights.This usually put Dad to rights but must have been pretty potent stuff as it ceased to be available after the war.
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