correction fluid

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Correction fluid pen
Correction fluid with brush

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correction fluid (countable and uncountable, plural correction fluids)

  1. A white, opaque fluid, applied to paper to mask textual errors; used especially to mask errors in typing so that corrections may be overtyped

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  • Known by the trade names Tipp-Ex in Britain, Wite-Out in the United States and Twink in New Zealand.

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