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Verb1.over-correct - make excessive corrections for fear of making an error
redress, right, correct, compensate - make reparations or amends for; "right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust"
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He had then tried to over-correct before sliding into the opposite carriageway and into the path of the taxi.
Even with regular checks it is not uncommon to go too far and over-correct. If you let the wood bake too long on one side and it starts to cup the other way, just flip it and dry the other side.
"He was going round a sharp bend, came into contact with the kerb, and had to over-correct. This put him into the pathway of the oncoming Range Rover."
Try to do this smoothly, and don't over-correct or you will end up skidding in the other direction.