English - Vietnamese Dictionary
revise /ri'vaiz/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- đọc lại, xem lại, duyệt lại, xét lại
- sửa (bản in thử); sửa đổi (đạo luật...)
+the act of rewriting something
+make revisions in
+revise or reorganize, especially for the purpose of updating and improving
Advanced English Dictionary
1 edit, emend, improve, correct, rectify, modify, revamp, redact, rework, overhaul, update; rewrite:
A revised edition of the dictionary has been published every ten years
2 alter, change, amend:
Since hearing him sing, I have been forced to revise my taste in music.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [VN] to change your opinions or plans, for example because of sth you have learned: I can see I will have to revise my opinions of his abilities now. + The government may need to revise its policy in the light of this report.
2 [VN] to change sth, such as a book or an estimate, in order to correct or improve it: a revised edition of a textbook + I'll prepare a revised estimate for you. + We may have to revise this figure upwards.
3 (BrE) to prepare for an exam by looking again at work that you have done: [V] I spent the weekend revising for my exam. + I can't come out tonight. I have to revise. + [VN] I'm revising Geography today.
extensively, drastically, heavily, radically, substantially
The text has been quite radically revised.
| completely, fully, thoroughly | slightly | constantly, continually
The procedures are continually revised?it is very difficult to keep up with the latest version.
| periodically | downwards, upwards
VERB + REVISE
be forced to, have to
The estimate for the building work had to be revised upwards.
| be necessary to
The figure has now been revised from £1 million to £2 million.
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