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re·vi·sion

 (rĭ-vĭzh′ən)
n.
1. The act or process of revising.
2. A revised or new version, as of a book or other written material.

re·vi′sion·ar′y adj.

revision

(rɪˈvɪʒən)
n
1. the act or process of revising
2. (Education) Brit the process of rereading a subject or notes on it, esp in preparation for an examination
3. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) a corrected or new version of a book, article, etc

re•vi•sion

(rɪˈvɪʒ ən)

n.
1. the act or work of revising.
2. a process of revising.
3. a revised form or version.
re•vi′sion•ar′y, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.revision - the act of revising or altering (involving reconsideration and modification); "it would require a drastic revision of his opinion"
distraction, misdirection - the act of distracting; drawing someone's attention away from something; "conjurers are experts at misdirection"
modulation - the act of modifying or adjusting according to due measure and proportion (as with regard to artistic effect)
qualification - the act of modifying or changing the strength of some idea; "his new position involves a qualification of his party's platform"
reorganization - an extensive alteration of the structure of a corporation or government; "after the takeover there was a thorough reorganization"; "the reorganization was prescribed by federal bankruptcy laws"
translation, transformation - the act of changing in form or shape or appearance; "a photograph is a translation of a scene onto a two-dimensional surface"
metamorphosis, transfiguration - a striking change in appearance or character or circumstances; "the metamorphosis of the old house into something new and exciting"
2.revision - the act of rewriting something
revising, rewriting - editing that involves writing something again
3.revision - something that has been written again; "the rewrite was much better"
piece of writing, written material, writing - the work of a writer; anything expressed in letters of the alphabet (especially when considered from the point of view of style and effect); "the writing in her novels is excellent"; "that editorial was a fine piece of writing"

revision

noun
1. emendation, editing, updating, correction, rewriting The phase of writing that is important is revision.
2. change, review, amendment, modification, alteration, re-examination The government will make a number of revisions.
3. studying, cramming (informal), memorizing, swotting (Brit. informal), rereading, homework They prefer to do their revision at home.

revision

noun
The act or process of revising:
Translations
مُرَاجَعَةمُراجَعَه
revizepřepracování
revisionkorrigeringrepetition
korjaaminen
pregled
átdolgozott kiadás
endurskoîun; upprifjun
修正復習
교정
ponavljanjepredelava
repetition
การทบทวน
düzeltmegözden geçirmeyeniden gözden geçirme
sự sửa lại

revision

[rɪˈvɪʒən] N
1. (for exams) → repaso m
I need two weeks for revisionnecesito dos semanas para repasar
2. (= amendment, updating) [of text, dictionary] → revisión f; [of proofs] → corrección f
3. (= alteration) [of estimate, figures] → corrección f; [of offer] → reconsideración f; [of schedule] → ajuste m
4. (= revised version) → edición f revisada

revision

[rɪˈvɪʒən] n
(= alteration) → révision f
(British) (for exams)révisions fpl
Have you done a lot of revision? → Est-ce que tu as fait beaucoup de révisions?

revision

n
(of opinion, estimate)Überholen nt, → Revidieren nt
(of proofs)Revision f, → Überarbeitung f
(Brit, for exam) → Wiederholung f(des Stoffs)
(= revised version)überarbeitete Ausgabe

revision

[rɪˈvɪʒn] n
a. (before exam) → ripasso; (of text) → revisione f
b. (revised version) → versione f riveduta e corretta

revise

(rəˈvaiz) verb
1. to correct faults and make improvements in (a book etc). This dictionary has been completely revised.
2. to study one's previous work, notes etc in preparation for an examination etc. You'd better start revising (your Latin) for your exam.
3. to change (one's opinion etc).
revision (rəˈviʒən) noun

revision

مُرَاجَعَة přepracování revision Revision αναθεώρηση revisión korjaaminen révision pregled revisione 修正 교정 revisie revidering rewizja revisão пересмотр repetition การทบทวน gözden geçirme sự sửa lại 修改

revision

n. revisión.

revision

n revisión f
References in classic literature ?
They were men whose opinions were their own property and not subject to revision and amendment, suggestion or criticism, by anybody, even their friends.
The others would as naturally be disinclined to a revision, which was likely to end in an increase of their own incumbrances.
And if we except the observations which New Jersey was led to make, rather by her local situation, than by her peculiar foresight, it may be questioned whether a single suggestion was of sufficient moment to justify a revision of the system.
Under these disadvantages, the old loyalist's story required more revision to render it fit for the public eye than those of the series which have preceded it; nor should it be concealed that the sentiment and tone of the affair may have undergone some slight, or perchance more than slight, metamorphosis, in its transmission to the reader through the medium of a thorough-going democrat.
Having been published without his usual elaborate revision, Poe may have wished to hide his hasty work under an assumed name.
No State shall, without the Consent of the Congress, lay any Imposts or Duties on Imports or Exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing it's inspection Laws: and the net Produce of all Duties and Imposts, laid by any State on Imports or Exports, shall be for the Use of the Treasury of the United States; and all such Laws shall be subject to the Revision and Controul of the Congress.
It was only out of generosity, madame," he said in a resonant voice, "and because I would not betray a friend in an awkward position, that I did not mention this revision before; though you heard him yourself threatening to kick us down the steps.
On that first evening Bolkonski spent with him, having mentioned the Commission for the Revision of the Code of Laws, Speranski told him sarcastically that the Commission had existed for a hundred and fifty years, had cost millions, and had done nothing except that Rosenkampf had stuck labels on the corresponding paragraphs of the different codes.
It depended, so she came to think, when invited into his room for a private conference, upon a systematic revision of the card-index, upon the issue of certain new lemon-colored leaflets, in which the facts were marshaled once more in a very striking way, and upon a large scale map of England dotted with little pins tufted with differently colored plumes of hair according to their geographical position.
What I now wish you to understand is, that I accept no revision, still less dictation within that range of affairs which I have deliberated upon as distinctly and properly mine.
May not the editor have been right in his revision of your 'Sea Lyrics'?
00) is very useful for reference though now much in need of revision.