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revision

noun re·vi·sion \ri-ˈvi-zhən\

: a change or a set of changes that corrects or improves something

: a new version of something : something (such as a piece of writing or a song) that has been corrected or changed

: study of information that was studied before

Full Definition of REVISION

1
a :  an act of revising
b :  a result of revising :  alteration
2
:  a revised version
re·vi·sion·ary \-zhə-ˌner-ē\ adjective

Examples of REVISION

  1. This edition is filled with revisions.
  2. A revision of the theory will be necessary.
  3. They made revisions to the book.
  4. The teacher gave me some suggestions for revision.
  5. This is the original version, not the revision.
  6. Here is my revision of the paragraph.

First Known Use of REVISION

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