Ответ в теме: English idioms

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№20 to put (set) somebody (something) right — to restore to order, to a good condition; to correct something, or some¬ body’s ideas
1. This is Dr. Bulcastle. He’s going to see what can be done to put you right again. (J. Wain)
2. I was thinking about our awful misunderstanding and wonder¬ ing how on earth I could put it right. (A. Cronin)
3. He got a small model made and tried it out one afternoon, but it wasn’t a success. He was a stubborn boy and he wasn’t going to be beaten. Something was wrong, and it was up to him to put it right. (W. S. Maugham)