- verfijnen; de rijkdom vergroten
- reduce to a fine, unmixed, or pure state; separate from extraneous matter or cleanse from impurities
- convert into direct current
"rectify alternating current"
- math: determine the length of
"rectify a curve"
- bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one
- Exchange of information on requests to rectify or delete data entered by other Member States
- The competent court or authority may allow the EGTC time to rectify the situation.
- The right to access and rectify data (Articles 109 and 110)
- The exchange of information regarding the right to access or rectify data
- The Board may, however, be requested to rectify a clerical or accidental mistake in a decision rendered.
- If the Executive Director considers the appeal to be admissible and well founded, he/she shall rectify the decision.
- Request to the claimant to complete and/or rectify an application for a European order for payment
- If the manufacturer does not rectify the non-conformity, the ECB shall take a decision pursuant to Article 17.
- It is necessary to rectify some calculating errors occurred when allocating the quotas to Member States for certain species.
- The 30-day period shall not include the time taken by the claimant to complete, rectify or modify the application.
- In particular, the fact that AHW has in the meantime revived the investment programme does not suffice to rectify the defect.
- The 2005 IBP does not rectify this defect, i.e. the excess of State aid, and can thus not be approved in that form.
- Before refusing an application, the competent authority shall give the applicant an opportunity to rectify the situation and to be heard.
- 18 An entity cannot rectify inappropriate accounting policies either by disclosure of the accounting policies used or by notes or explanatory material.
- Where the court requests the claimant to complete or rectify the application, it shall specify a time limit it deems appropriate in the circumstances.