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revisit

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Pronunciation: /riːˈvɪzɪt
 
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Definition of revisit in English:

verb (revisits, revisiting, revisited)

[with object]
1Come back to or visit again: she was anxious to revisit some of her old haunts in Paris
More example sentences
  • Looking at old friends and revisiting scenes brought tears to our eyes, fuelled by the excitement of reuniting.
  • Sitting down, Preia started flipping through the pages, revisiting an old friend.
  • Jefferies didn't make the trip north just to revisit old friends in Scotland.
1.1Consider (a situation or problem) again or from a different perspective: the council will have to revisit the issue at a general meeting this summer
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  • Everyone knows how I feel and there's no point revisiting that situation at all.
  • I believe there is some merit in revisiting the situation where we actually take all forms of self-defence off people when they go on to an aeroplane.
  • In fact, those of us with food and eating stresses, often revisit this problem.

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