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British English: /rɪˈvjuː/
American English: /rəˈvju/

Translation of review in French:


  • 1 (gen) (Administration, Law, Politics) (reconsideration)
    (report) of sur
    policy review
    révision de la politique
    to be under review
    être en train d'être réexaminé
    (pay, salaries)
    être en train d'être révisé
    to come under review
    être réexaminé
    to keep something under review
    réviser quelque chose régulièrement
    to set up a review
    établir une révision
    to be subject to review
    pouvoir être reconsidéré
    the week in review
    (Radio, Television)
    la semaine passée en revue
  • 2 (Journalism, Literature) (critical assessment) music review
    critique musicale
    rave review (informal)
    revue (f) excellente
    to get a good/bad review to write a review
    faire une critique
    to send a book for review
    envoyer un livre pour la critique
  • 3 (Journalism) (magazine) the Saturday Review
    la Revue du Samedi

transitive verb

  • 1 (re-examine)
    (facts, question, situation)
    (attitude, case, pension, policy, sentence)
    passer [quelque chose] en revue
    (performance, progress, success, troops)
  • 2 (Journalism, Literature)
    faire la critique de
    (book, film, play etc)
    to be well/badly reviewed
    se faire bien/mal accueillir par la critique
  • 3 (American English) (School, University)
    (subject, lesson)

intransitive verb

  • (Journalism)
    rédiger des critiques
    for somebody pour quelqu'un in something pour quelque chose

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