emended, past participle; emends, 3rd person singular present; emending, present participle; emended, past tense;
Make corrections and improvements to (a text)
Alter (something) in such a way as to correct it
the year of his death might need to be emended to 652
he hesitated and quickly emended what he had said
make improvements or corrections to; "the text was emended in the second edition"
Aprepitant (Emend (US, EU)) is an antiemetic chemical compound that belongs to a class of drugs called substance P antagonists (SPA). It mediates its effect by blocking the neurokinin 1 (NK1) receptor.
(Emends) Improve means to make something better. It is also used in the names of: * Bread improver * Improver Corporation: Improver v Remington, a 1990 United Kingdom patent infringement law court case
To correct and revise (a text)
To correct a text, usually my modifying only one Hebrew character with a similar-looking one that could have been mis-copied.