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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremedialre‧me‧di‧al /rɪˈmiːdiəl/ adjective  1 remedial course/class/teacher etc2 SOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEMintended to improve something that is wrong Some remedial work needs to be done on the foundations.3 CUREintended to cure a problem with someone’s health remedial mental health therapies
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remedialHis control in these cases is such that he alone decides whether or not to sample, whether or not to demand remedial action.She enrolled at a Colorado community college and discovered how inadequate her education had been when she tested at the remedial level.Not surprisingly, Dale had to entoil in a remedial mathematics course when he arrived on campus.They are not liable in negligence for the cost of remedial measures caused by a defect in the building's construction.Its profits plunged 60 percent to £31 million, though Sir Robert said remedial measures were now in place.We must complete full investigations prior to commencing remedial repairs.During these periods I was either to observe or else to go out and do remedial work with other classes.
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