put (something) right

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put (something) right

To fix, correct, or make amends for something. I know I said some things I shouldn't have, so I'm here to put things right between us. We need to put this right before we launch the product, or else we'll have bigger problems once it's in the wild.
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put right

Fix, make amends, correct, as in The wheel's come off, but we can put that right in no time, or Victor thought we were moving out, but we put him right. [Late 1800s]
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put something ˈright

correct something; repair something: There seems to be a mistake in my hotel bill. I wonder if you could put it right, please?There’s nothing seriously wrong with your television. I can put it right in ten minutes.
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ˌput things ˈright

do something to improve a difficult situation or correct a mistake: The company is inefficient. A good director could put things right very quickly.
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"I have been to three finals since I have been here (the League Cup and Europa League in 2016), lost them all and I am desperate to put that right."
He said: "The UK Championship was a big disappointment and I will be looking to put that right in the Masters.
"We need to go out and put that right and win games and take the pressure off.
"There are reasons for it, not just one reason, there are many reasons and clearly we have to put that right and we need to act on that and make sure that doesn't happen next season."
"But it's now down to us to put that right and we know we are going to need our best performance of the season to see us win the league title.''
"They had a bad game but that can happen to anybody - and I'm sure that the lads will be working hard to put that right.
SE 'He hasn't won for two years, but is now handicapped to put that right' Norman The Great Alan King Windsor, May 3 He isn't badly weighted on turf and there were plenty of positives to take from this effort.
And that's the key thing for us, last weekend the performance was unacceptable and we get the chance straight away to put that right, and get more points in Super League.
I didn't enjoy the occasion at all last week so there is a chance to put that right now.
"You are only as good as your last game and this group of players wants to put that right," said the 24-year-old.
But the 27-year-old, who scored the historic first goal at the new Cardiff City Stadium in the friendly win over Chasetown on Friday, wants the Bluebirds to put that right next season.
But stopper Gary Caldwell has vowed to put that right on Tuesday by ending the other record they've racked up against Europe's elite - not one victory on the road.
'We're very disappointed, but everyone has a fresh chance to put that right and three days to make sure that everybody knows the last two were just a one-off,' said Hoggard.
In that case, however good your plan is, you are losing out - and your new plan provider has to put that right.