Synonyms of 'revise'
to change or alterHe soon came to revise his opinion.
They should change the law to make it illegal to own replica weapons.
The next day we reviewed the previous day's work.
They agreed to modify their recruitment policy.
We want you to reconsider your decision to resign.
We urge you to reconsider.
They will also have to re-examine their expectations.
to prepare a new edition of (a previously printed work)Three editors handled revising the articles.
The publisher has the right to edit the book once it has been written.
You may need surgery to correct the problem.
They have never altered their programmes.
an updated edition of the book
The committee put forward proposals to amend the penal system.
rewrite, , , , ,
students rewrite their papers and submit them
to read (something) several times in order to learn it in preparation for an examinationI have to revise maths tonight.
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in the sense of alter
to make or become differentThey have never altered their programmes.
in the sense of amend
to make small changes to something such as a piece of writing or a contract, in order to improve itThe committee put forward proposals to amend the penal system.
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