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revised, past participle; revised, past tense; revises, 3rd person singular present; revising, present participle;
  1. Reconsider and alter (something) in the light of further evidence
    • - he had cause to revise his opinion a moment after expressing it
  2. Reexamine and make alterations to (written or printed matter)
    • - the book was published in 1960 and revised in 1968
    • - a revised edition
  3. Alter so as to make more efficient or realistic
    • - the revised finance and administrative groups
  4. Reread work done previously to improve one's knowledge of a subject, typically to prepare for an examination
    • - students frantically revising for exams
    • - revise your lecture notes on the topic
  1. A proof including corrections made in an earlier proof

  1. revision: the act of rewriting something
  2. make revisions in; "revise a thesis"
  3. retool: revise or reorganize, especially for the purpose of updating and improving; "We must retool the town's economy"
  4. (revised) improved or brought up to date; "a revised edition"
  5. altered or revised by rephrasing or by adding or deleting material; "the amended bill passed easily"
  6. (revision) the act of revising or altering (involving reconsideration and modification); "it would require a drastic revision of his opinion"
  7. ReVision: A Journal of Consciousness and Transformation is a peer-reviewed interdisciplinary quarterly journal issued by Heldref Publications. Topics covered include religion and spirituality, consciousness studies, psychology, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, ecology, science, and the arts. ...
  8. (Revision (Boxcar album)) Revision was a 1992 remix album by Australian electronic-synthpop group Boxcar released by Volition Records in Australia (voltcd46) largely featuring remixes from the group's debut Vertigo, with the sole exception of the new track "Ultrasonic".
  9. (Revision (writing)) Revision is the stage in the writing process where the author reviews, alters, and amends her or his message, according to what has been written in the draft. Revision follows drafting and precedes editing. ...
  10. ReVisions is a 2004 anthology of alternate history short-stories. It is edited by Julie E. Czerneda and Isaac Szpindel.
  11. (Revisions (album)) Revisions is 3's fifth full length album and the third released by Metal Blade Records. On August 26, 2009, 3 announced on their about Revisions, and stating in the liner notes that they felt that those songs "...deserved a second chance, a 'revision,' if you will."
  12. (Revisions (Stargate SG-1)) Season seven of Stargate SG-1, an American-Canadian television series, began airing on June 13, 2003 on Sci Fi. The seventh season concluded after 22 episodes on March 9, 2004 on British Sky One, which overtook the Sci-Fi Channel in mid-season. ...
  13. A review or a revision; A second proof sheet; a proof sheet taken after the first or a subsequent correction; To look at again, to reflect on; To review, alter and amend, especially of written material; To look over again (something previously written or learned), especially in preparation ...
  14. (revision) The act of revising; A changed edition, or new version; a modification; A story corrected or expanded by an author commissioned by the original writer; (uncountable) The looking back over of one's (previously learnt or written) notes in preparation for a test or examination
  15. (Revised) An active technical report has been updated and re-published.
  16. (Revised) The tribunal has changed the decision under appeal.
  17. (Revising) The process of making changes to the content, structure, and wording of drafts to improve the organization of ideas, eliminate awkward phrasing, correct grammatical and spelling errors, and generally ensure that the writing is clear, coherent, and correct. ...
  18. (revising) the process of changing a piece of writing to improve clarity for its intended audience and make certain that it accomplishes its stated purpose.
  19. (Revising) The process of reconsidering and modifying a text.  This step includes adding, deleting and substituting, or reformulating the writing.
  20. (Revising) While I am reading, I reconsider and revise my prior questions about the topic, based on the text's content.
  21. (Revision) A minor version of a compound document based on its corresponding release version. The revision number is appended to its corresponding release number, for example, 1.3, 2.5 and so on. See Release.
  22. (Revision) Surgical modification of the residual limb.
  23. (Revision) A modified and resubmitted request for funding for a project that was previously not funded either because it was denied by the sponsor or withdrawn by the principal investigator.
  24. (Revision) is referring to the secondary version number, e.g. version 6.0.007 is version 6, revision 0, patch level 007.
  25. (Revision) Every time you commit a set of changes, you create one new “revision” in the repository. Each revision represents the state of the repository tree at a certain point in its history. If you want to go back in time you can examine the repository as it was at revision N. ...