1 make revisions in; "revise a thesis"
2 revise or reorganize, especially for the purpose of updating and improving; "We must retool the town's economy" [syn: retool]
- /rɪˈvaɪz/, /r\I"vaIz/
- Rhymes: -aɪz
- To look at again, to reflect on
- To review, alter and amend, especially of written
- This statute should be revised.
- To look over again (something previously written or learned),
especially in preparation for an examination
- I should be revising, not editing Wiktionary! I have an exam in a few days.
To look at again, to reflect on
To review, alter and amend, especially of written material
To look over again
review or a revision
- Finnish: arviointi
(Printing) A second proof sheet
Revise may refer to:
alter, amend, amendment, blue, blue-pencil, blueprint, change, cold-type proof, color proof, computer proof, copy, copy out, correct, correction, do over, draft, draw up, duplicate, edit, editing, emend, emendate, emendation, enface, engross, foundry proof, galley, galley proof, go back over, improve, inscribe, make a recension, make out, make over, modify, overhaul, page proof, pen, pencil, perfect, plate proof, polish, press proof, progressive proof, proof, proof sheet, pull, push the pen, put in writing, re-create, re-examine, re-form, reappraise, rebehold, rebuild, recense, recension, recheck, reconsider, reconstitute, reconstruct, record, rectification, rectify, redact, redaction, redesign, redo, redraft, reestablish, refashion, refound, regenerate, reinquire, reinstitute, reissue, remake, renovate, reorganize, repeat, reprint, repro proof, reproduce, rescript, rescription, reshape, restore, restructure, resurrect, rethink, retrace, revaluate, revamp, revampment, review, revisal, revised edition, revision, revive, rework, rewrite, rewriting, scribe, scrive, scroll, slip, spill ink, spoil paper, stone proof, superscribe, trace, transcribe, trial impression, type, update, upgrade, vandyke, work over, write, write down, write out