The word for “correcting a wrong that was done” is anti-trust, redress, abridging.

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The word for “correcting a wrong that was done” is anti-trust, redress, abridging.

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2022-04-08T00:17:42+00:00 0 Answers 0

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  1. Raelynn
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    2022-04-08T00:18:53+00:00

    The correct answer is to redress.

    To redress means to remedy or set right. The synonyms of redress are: to correct, put right, repair, fix, reform, improve, better.

    As a noun redress means remedy or compensation for a wrong or a grievance.

    In the phrase redress the balance, the word redress means to restore equality in a situation.

    Anti-trust is the preventing or controlling trusts or other monopolies.

    Abridging means to shorten a piece of writing or to curtail something.

  2. Margaret
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    2022-04-08T00:19:24+00:00

    The correct answer is “redress”.

    Anti-trust is a political term for a set of specific economic laws while abridging is shortening.

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