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re·vise

 (rĭ-vīz′)
v. re·vised, re·vis·ing, re·vis·es
v.tr.
1. To alter or edit (a text).
2. To reconsider and change or modify: I have revised my opinion of him. See Synonyms at correct.
3. Chiefly British To study again (academic material, for example), as for a test; review.
v.intr.
1. To make revisions, as in a text.
2. Chiefly British To study something again; review.
n. (rē′vīz′, rĭ-vīz′)
1. Informal An act or product of revising; a revision.
2. Printing A proof made from an earlier proof on which corrections have been made.

[Latin revīsere, to visit again, look at again : re-, re- + vīsere, frequentative of vidēre, to see; see review.]

re·vis′a·ble adj.
re·vis′er, re·vi′sor n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.revised - improved or brought up to date; "a revised edition"
altered - changed in form or character without becoming something else; "the altered policy promised success"; "following an altered course we soon found ourselves back in civilization"; "he looked...with clouded eyes and with an altered manner of breathing"- Charles Dickens
2.revised - altered or revised by rephrasing or by adding or deleting material; "the amended bill passed easily"
amended - of legislation
Translations

revised

[rɪˈvaɪzd] ADJ [text, plan, procedure] → revisado; [version, figure, estimate] → corregido; [offer] → reconsiderado; [schedule] → ajustado
revised editionedición f revisada
Revised Standard Version versión revisada en 1953 de la biblia anglicana
Revised Version (Brit) versión revisada en 1885 de la biblia anglicana

revised

adj
(= amended) version, plan, procedureüberarbeitet, revidiert; figure, estimate, schedulerevidiert; offerneu; according to a revised estimatenach neuen Schätzungen
(Typ) editionüberarbeitet; the Revised Version (Brit) → die Bibelübersetzung (von 1884); the Revised Standard Version (US) → die Bibelübersetzung (von 1953)
References in classic literature ?
Wragge, like a well-trained child, presented herself with her revised head-dress for her husband's inspection.
The author had revised this posthumous work of Mr Strutt.
Since then I have revised the recital; I have read it to Conseil and to the Canadian.
Because there is a little secret, a precaution I thought it desirable to take, one of Huret & Fitchet's locks, revised and improved by Gaspard Caderousse; I will manufacture you a similar one when you are a capitalist.
Mazarin asked for the account, and revised it carefully.
The old contracts (they will be revised at the end of the year) allow twelve hours for a run which any packet can put behind her in ten.
Mabbott states that Griswold "obviously had a revised form" for use in the 1856 volume of Poe's works.
Between the mother, with her fast-perishing lumber of superstitions, folk-lore, dialect, and orally transmitted ballads, and the daughter, with her trained National teachings and Standard knowledge under an infinitely Revised Code, there was a gap of two hundred years as ordinarily understood.
My revised scheme is a thousand times better in every way.
The manuscript was revised around 1803 and sold to a London publisher, Crosbie & Co.
by Aldus Manutius, Venice, 1495-8; re-impression supervised by Erasmus and with certain corrections by Grynaeus (including Rhetorica and Poetica), 1531, 1539, revised 1550; later editions were followed by that of Immanuel Bekker and Brandis
The rascals had been considerate enough, more especially Santos, who had a new manner for me with his revised opinion of my character; it was a manner almost as courtly as that which had embellished his relations with Eva Denison, and won him my early regard at sea.