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re·me·di·al

 (rĭ-mē′dē-əl)
adj.
1. Supplying a remedy.
2. Intended to correct or improve deficient skills in a specific subject: remedial reading.

re·me′di·al·ly adv.

remedial

(rɪˈmiːdɪəl)
adj
1. (Medicine) affording a remedy; curative
2. (Education) denoting or relating to special teaching, teaching methods, or material for people who have difficulty learning: remedial education.
reˈmedially adv

re•me•di•al

(rɪˈmi di əl)

adj.
1. affording remedy.
2. intended to improve poor skills in a specified field: remedial reading.
[1645–55; < Late Latin remediālis. See remedy, -al1]
re•me′di•al•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.remedial - tending or intended to rectify or improve; "a remedial reading course"; "remedial education"
bettering - changing for the better
2.remedial - tending to cure or restore to healthremedial - tending to cure or restore to health; "curative powers of herbal remedies"; "her gentle healing hand"; "remedial surgery"; "a sanative environment of mountains and fresh air"; "a therapeutic agent"; "therapeutic diets"
healthful - conducive to good health of body or mind; "a healthful climate"; "a healthful environment"; "healthful nutrition"; "healthful sleep"; "Dickens's relatively healthful exuberance"

remedial

adjective
1. therapeutic, healing, curing, curative, health-promoting, alleviative He is doing remedial exercises.
2. corrective, preventive, counteracting, reactive, compensatory They are having to take remedial action.
3. special needs remedial education

remedial

adjective
1. Serving to cure:
Translations
عِلاجي، مُداوٍ
léčebnýnápravný
hjælpe-
sem læknar eîa ræîur bót á e-u; hjálpar-
geliştiricitedavi ediciyetiştirici

remedial

[rɪˈmiːdɪəl]
A. ADJ (Med) → reparador (fig) → correctivo
B. CPD remedial course Ncurso m correctivo
remedial education Neducación f especial
remedial teaching Nenseñanza f de los niños con dificultades

remedial

[rɪˈmiːdiəl] adj [tuition, classes] → de rattrapage

remedial

adj attrHilfs-; (Med) → Heil-; remedial action/measuresHilfsmaßnahmen pl; remedial exercisesHeilgymnastik f; remedial treatment (Med) → Heilbehandlung f; to teach remedial English/readingeinen Förderkurs in Englisch/im Lesen leiten; remedial educationfördernde Erziehung (für lernschwache Schüler); remedial teachingFörder- or Hilfsunterricht m; remedial work (Sch) → Förderaufgaben pl; remedial classFörderklasse f; remedial courseFörderkurs m; she no longer needs remedial help (with learning) → sie benötigt keinen Förderunterricht mehr

remedial

[rɪˈmiːdɪəl] adj (Med) → correttivo/a; (action) → atto/a a porre rimedio; (school, teaching) → speciale; (class, tuition) → di ricupero

remedy

(ˈremədi) plural ˈremedies noun
a cure for an illness or something bad. I know a good remedy for toothache.
verb
to put right. These mistakes can be remedied.
remedial (rəˈmiːdiəl) adjective
able to, or intended to, put right or to correct or cure. She does remedial work with the less clever children; remedial exercises.

re·me·di·al

a. remediador-a, reparador-a, curativo-a.
References in classic literature ?
If the legislative authority, which possesses so many means of operating on the motives of the other departments, should be able to gain to its interest either of the others, or even one third of its members, the remaining department could derive no advantage from its remedial provision.
Bleeding and weak I reached my women, who, accustomed to such happenings, dressed my wounds, applying the wonderful healing and remedial agents which make only the most instantaneous of death blows fatal.
This added calamity nearly unmanned me; the recurrence of the complaint proved that without powerful remedial applications all hope of cure was futile; and when I reflected that just beyond the elevations, which bound me in, was the medical relief I needed, and that although so near, it was impossible for me to avail myself of it, the thought was misery.
Men of his sensitive organisation are fortunately quick in feeling the effect of remedial measures.
But the sure years reveal the deep remedial force that underlies all facts.
The second column in Table 1 reports a logistic regression model in which level of entry to a two- or four-year college predicts whether a student took any remedial coursework, after statistical controls for each student's race and family SES, academic preparation, performance and skill during high school, and for the kind of school attended.
Considerable effort has also been directed toward the development and demonstration of so-called innovative remedial technologies.
This little gem is the kind of novel that librarians and remedial reading teachers dream about.
IHEs already know the GPA and SAT score of a student, as well as what his or her teachers thought of them through letters of recommendation, but sometimes, freshman arrive with reading, writing, and math skills that are in need of remedial education.
So let's understand: We fund universities to tutor freshmen in remedial skills, even as we heavily subsidize these students to struggle in college courses they barely grasp.
The employer has the obligation to take "prompt and appropriate" remedial action, which includes conducting a fair and thorough investigation.
162(0 nondeductibility exception for "fines and similar penalties" includes criminal fines and any similar retributive civil penalty intended to sanction conduct the state specifically seeks to prohibit, but that compensatory or remedial payments are beyond Sec.