English version

right a wrong

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishright a wrongright a wrongSOLVE/DEAL WITH A PROBLEMto do something to prevent a bad situation from continuing He seems to think he can right all the wrongs of the world. right
Examples from the Corpus
right a wrongIts business is not to right wrongs, but to make money.Most problems arise from neglect and, since repairs involve skilled labour, righting a wrong can be expensive.
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