Set some wrong to right


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Castellano (variedad chilensis)
Hi again:
I found this sentence within an overview of the first volume of The Chronicles of Narnia. What does the expression in bold mean? Thanks in advance.

"Once there, they (the four kids, who are main characters of the book) are quickly involved in setting some wrong to right with the help of the lion Aslan, who is the central character of the series..."

  • maxiogee

    Some wrong = some bad thing
    Setting to right = fixing

    setting some wrong to right = (approximately) doing good deeds; defending the weak; fighting evil; delivering justice; etc.