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e·men·date

 (ē′mĕn-dāt′, ĭ-mĕn′-)
tr.v. e·men·dat·ed, e·men·dat·ing, e·men·dates
To make textual corrections in.

[Latin ēmendāre, ēmendāt-, to emend; see emend.]

e′men·da′tor (-dā′tər) n.
e·men′da·to′ry (ĭ-mĕn′də-tôr′ē) adj.
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