remedially

remedial

[ri-mee-dee-uhl]
adjective
1.
affording remedy; tending to remedy something.
2.
intended to correct or improve one's skill in a specified field: remedial math.

Origin:
1645–55; < Late Latin remediālis. See remedy, -al1

remedially, adverb
nonremedial, adjective
nonremedially, adverb

remediable, remedial.


2. corrective.
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remedial (rɪˈmiːdɪəl)
 
adj
1.  affording a remedy; curative
2.  denoting or relating to special teaching, teaching methods, or material for backward and slow learners: remedial education
 
re'medially
 
adv

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remedial
1650s, "curing, relieving," from L. remedialis "healing, curing," from L. remedium (see remedy). Educational sense of "concerned with improving skills" is first recorded 1924.
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