revisit

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verb

re·​vis·​it (ˌ)rē-ˈvi-zət How to pronounce revisit (audio)
revisited; revisiting; revisits

transitive verb

: to visit again : return to
revisit the old neighborhood
also : to consider or take up again
reluctant to revisit past disputes

revisit

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noun

: a second or subsequent visit

Examples of revisit in a Sentence

Verb He revisited his old house. The police revisited the crime scene. The police revisited the case of the unsolved murder. The book is worth revisiting.
Recent Examples on the Web
Verb
Jenn Harris revisits one of her favorite subjects: Korean fried chicken. Bill Addison, Los Angeles Times, 30 Mar. 2024 The Valley Park Ranch Decision Unpacked In a groundbreaking move, the US Tax Court in the Valley Park Ranch case revisited its stance on a crucial regulation that had significant bearings on the fate of conservation easement deductions. Jessica Ledingham, J.d., Ll.m., Forbes, 29 Mar. 2024 The matter was revisited a few years later and fizzled out again. Michael Smolens, San Diego Union-Tribune, 29 Mar. 2024 Gossett revisited his stage roots later in his career, appearing as Billy Flynn in Chicago in 1996. Brenton Blanchet, Peoplemag, 29 Mar. 2024 Since May, many comics had revisited their scripts, tweaking their material in a timeworn ritual of self-censorship. Chang Che, The New Yorker, 26 Mar. 2024 Meanwhile, Bieber revisited her glazed doughnut mood with a similarly luminescent manicure. Hannah Coates, Vogue, 23 Mar. 2024 Since then, critics have questioned whether that was the right and most cost-effective option and have pleaded with the transit agency to revisit the twin-bore design, which would have shallower, side-by-side tunnels. Grace Hase, The Mercury News, 23 Mar. 2024 Scroll through the gallery below to revisit some of the best examples of the not-so-controversial skinny jean in action. Daniel Rodgers, Vogue, 20 Mar. 2024
Noun
Each satellite revisits every point on the Earth’s surface about every 12 days. IEEE Spectrum, 3 Apr. 2024 Now, watch Ari revisit some of her best music videos: Our bad! Kara Nesvig, Allure, 4 Oct. 2023 Instead, the three-part series revisits the notorious case with an eye toward how Charles Stuart’s initial accusation both relied on and intensified Boston’s stark racial divisions. Hannah Giorgis, The Atlantic, 14 Dec. 2023 Creel revisits a final conversation with that ex just before bringing up a painting of Judith With the Head of Holofernes. Vulture, 4 Dec. 2023 The sterling silver Mini Kelly is from the ’90s but is enjoying a renaissance as celebs revisit many of the era’s fashion trends. Demetrius Simms, Robb Report, 1 Dec. 2023 Cat Person’s worth a watch, and the story is worth a revisit. Elizabeth Logan, Glamour, 9 Oct. 2023 Paramore is celebrating the first anniversary of their album This Is Why with a revisit. Tomás Mier, Rolling Stone, 2 Oct. 2023 Another Season 3 flashback revisits the last day of boarding school in 1976, when some of the series’s elders, still teenagers, are dropping acid. James Poniewozik, New York Times, 27 Sep. 2023

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Word History

First Known Use

Verb

15th century, in the meaning defined above

Noun

1623, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of revisit was in the 15th century

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Cite this Entry

“Revisit.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/revisit. Accessed 12 Apr. 2024.

Kids Definition

revisit

verb
re·​vis·​it
rē-ˈviz-ət
: to visit again : return to

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