Definition of self-correcting in English:

self-correcting

adjective

  • Correcting oneself or itself without external help.

    ‘the scientific process is self-correcting’
    ‘a self-correcting optical finder’
    • ‘European officials, however, tend to be more confident about their ability to predict, based on theory, likely effects in the future and are somewhat more skeptical of the self-correcting nature of markets.’
    • ‘Accounting firms are required to resist this pressure by the process of the self-correcting market.’
    • ‘The self-correcting collar works on the quick external pinch-pain principle, which is far less damaging than a permanently crushed trachea.’
    • ‘If immortality is a problem, it is a self-correcting problem.’
    • ‘Perhaps most significant, the Internet has shown itself to be a strong self-correcting mechanism.’
    • ‘Could it be that a hidden, rusted, convoluted, self-correcting mechanism is slowly cranking back to life?’
    • ‘Unfortunately, though science itself is self-correcting, sometimes the scientists involved do not correct themselves.’
    • ‘If we do not want heavy centralisation we must have small systems, systems where the web of relationships can be self-ordering, self-correcting and organic.’
    • ‘The point is the system, which is self-correcting.’
    • ‘Micro-journalism is like a self-correcting organism.’
    • ‘Third, the public believes that there is a self-correcting mechanism at play with respect to the Court.’
    • ‘Hence, the perspective seemed to contain a self-correcting mechanism that both reinforced the vision and maintained its usefulness to the organization.’
    • ‘Indeed, the self-correcting tendencies of the court were apparent in the latter case when there was a bare majority for the decision.’
    • ‘Markets have self-correcting mechanisms and incentives can lead participants to adopt efficient procedures and develop superior substitute products.’
    • ‘Our system of government is one of checks and balances, of self-correcting and automatic repair mechanisms, all carefully constructed through some two thousand years of history.’
    • ‘Because students in such a system could attend the schools of their choice, they would create a self-correcting market.’
    • ‘Democracy is a self-correcting form of government and it will be a while before the various systems correct themselves and become efficient.’
    • ‘In the short-term, excess wage inflation acts as a self-correcting mechanism to stop bubbles: as workers become too expensive, companies stop hiring.’
    • ‘The self-correcting machinery of science corroborates provisional facts, and life itself provides the template for provisional purpose.’
    • ‘On the positive side, it has paved the way for the universal aspiration for democracy as the only form of acceptable government because of its vital self-correcting capacity.’

Pronunciation

self-correcting

/ˈˌself kəˈrektiNG/