Definition of 'revision'
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We had decided to treat ourselves to one last night of romantic excess before knuckling down to interminable schedules of hellish revision. LOVE YOU MADLY (2002)Maybe they thought my upside-down way of life was a revision strategy. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2002)It was the first sign of my family having the ill grace to impugn my nocturnal revision strategy. MUSIC FOR BOYS (2002)
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Translations for 'revision'
British English: revision /rɪˈvɪʒən/ NOUN
To make a revision of something that is written or something that has been decided means to make changes to it in order to improve it, make it more modern, or make it more suitable for a particular purpose.
The book is badly in need of revision.
- American English: revision
- Arabic: مُرَاجَعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: revisão
- Chinese: 修改
- Croatian: pregled
- Czech: přepracování změna
- Danish: revision
- Dutch: revisie
- European Spanish: revisión
- Finnish: korjaaminen
- French: révision
- German: Revision
- Greek: αναθεώρηση
- Italian: revisione
- Japanese: 修正
- Korean: 교정 정정하다
- Norwegian: revidering
- Polish: rewizja
- European Portuguese: revisão
- Romanian: revizuire
- Russian: пересмотр
- Spanish: revisión
- Swedish: repetition
- Thai: การทบทวน
- Turkish: gözden geçirme yeniden
- Ukrainian: перевірка
- Vietnamese: sự sửa lại
Definition of revision from the Collins English Dictionary
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