Is "critiqued"correctly used?

A member of the public eating at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital food court critiqued her meal, costing S$7.50 for items that weren’t “worth it” for the price.

Is “critiqued” correctly used?


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That’s an odd use of the word, and an odd structure for the sentence.

Critique normally means to give more detail about something. For example:

The portions were small. The taste might have been OK if the food wasn’t cold. The salad that came with it was the best part. All in all, it wasn’t worth the price.

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