Translation of revise in Spanish:

revise

Pronunciation: /rɪˈvaɪz/

vt

  • 1 1.1 (alter) [policy/plan/figures/estimate] modificar* to revise costs upward/downward ajustar or revisar los costos al alza/a la baja many people will have to revise their opinions mucha gente tendrá que reconsiderar or replantearse la cuestión I had to revise my opinion of her tuve que cambiar de opinión respecto de ella
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    • By 1998, as the budget began to blowout, the figure was revised upwards to 23 percent.
    • You may shudder to learn that the government has revised its hurricane forecast for the season that began June 1 for the worst.
    • We might also note and heed the willingness of those whose positions have cost them a great deal to rethink and revise their assumptions in the light of a changing world.
    1.2 [Publ] [proofs] corregir*, revisar third edition, revised and expanded tercera edición, corregida y aumentada the Revised Versionla versión revisada en 1885 de la Biblia anglicana the Revise Standard Versionla versión norteamericana de la Biblia anglicana publicada en 1953
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    • There is an English instructional book based on the books written by Doshu and there are revised editions of it as well.
    • Since then, Before the Mayflower has been published in seven editions that have been revised and updated.
    • Years of comparative idleness enabled him to write and revise the Arcadia, and to complete the Defence of Poetry, The Lady of May, and Astrophel and Stella.
  • 2 (BrE) (for exam) [subject/notes] repasar
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    • There are tutorials and classes going on, and students revising for exams yet to come, in the Merton Street area.
    • It was a favourite place for students to revise for examinations.
    • 46 is the number of weeks 11 to 18 year old students spend revising for and doing exams.

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