Noun(1) the act of rewriting something
Verb(1) make revisions in(2) revise or reorganize, especially for the purpose of updating and improving
(1) She's concentrating on her weakest subject to revise , which is English Lit.(2) After all, the reason any of us writes history is to revise established views of the subject; otherwise we could not claim to be making a contribution.(3) Bear in mind this was the school holidays, and when you're not quite thirteen there's not a lot to do except, it seems, revise Latin, read the dictionary and play with your little brother's Scalextrix.(4) revise your lecture notes on the topic(5) I will try and write as I revise , but don't expect quick updates, because I really want to concentrate on my studies.(6) Also, there is a need to revise the Food Guide Pyramid to reflect the Dietary Guidelines.(7) How would the uses of the prints in a devotional context revise Gauguin's notion of the function of his own sacred art?(8) You still have to revise and prepare thoroughly for the examination and not try to rely on finding the information whilst in the exam hall.(9) Over the next few weeks my posts might be a bit sporadic as my exam is due in October and I have a mighty rush to complete the course work, do the last assignment and revise .(10) Shocked economists and policymakers are scrambling to revise their growth forecasts downward.(11) And she says they often sit around the dining table together to complete homework or revise .(12) he had cause to revise his opinion a moment after expressing it(13) Osmond expects his words to be written over hers - he expects to revise her to suit himself, rather than to read her to understand who she is.(14) I then know that i am going into the exam fully prepared and also it is easier to revise from concise notes.(15) Charity looked at her in genuine alarm and was rewarded with a wink that made her revise her opinion of her cousin slightly upwards.(16) Years of comparative idleness enabled him to write and revise the Arcadia, and to complete the Defence of Poetry, The Lady of May, and Astrophel and Stella.
1. revision ::
2. rescript ::
3. revisal ::
4. reconsider ::
5. review ::
6. re-examine ::
7. reassess ::
8. re-evaluate ::
10. rethink ::
11. change ::
12. alter ::
13. modify ::
1. fixation ::
Different Formsrevise, revised, revises, revising
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