What does corrector líquido in Spanish mean?

What is the meaning of the word corrector líquido in Spanish? The article explains the full meaning, pronunciation along with bilingual examples and instructions on how to use corrector líquido in Spanish.

The word corrector líquido in Spanish means correcting, corrective, proofreader, proof-reader. To learn more, please see the details below.

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Meaning of the word corrector líquido

correcting, corrective

adjetivo (que corrige)

(adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house.")
Tenemos que mejorar nuestros mecanismos correctores para obtener resultados más precisos.
We have to improve our corrective (or: corrective) mechanisms to achieve more precise results.

proofreader, proof-reader

nombre masculino, nombre femenino (realiza correcciones profesionales)

(noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.)
Este artículo no debió ser publicado sin que pasara por las manos del corrector.
This article should not have been published without being looked at by a proofreader.

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