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revise

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of revise

  1. the act, process, or result of making different that paper needs one more revise, and then I think it's ready to turn in Synonyms of revise alteration, difference, modification, redoing, refashioning, remaking, remodeling, revamping, review, change, revision, reworking, variationWords Related to revise amendment, correction, rectification, reform; conversion, deformation, distortion, metamorphosis, mutation, transfiguration, transformation; fluctuation, oscillation, shift; displacement, replacement, substitution; adjustment, modulation, regulation, tweak; redesign, redoAntonyms of revise fixation, stabilization


revise

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of revise

  1. 1 to make different in some way with the snow, we'll need to revise our travel plans Synonyms of revise alter, make over, modify, recast, redo, refashion, remake, remodel, revamp, change, rework, varyWords Related to revise deform, metamorphose, mutate; regenerate, revolutionize, transfigure, transform, transmute; commute, convert, exchange; rejigger, retoolAntonyms of revise fix, freeze, set, stabilize

  2. 2 to prepare for publication by correcting, rewriting, or updating revise the article and add more up-to-date information so we can reprint it Synonyms of revise redraft, revamp, edit, reworkWords Related to revise perfect, polish, touch up; copyedit, read, sub [British], subedit; reedit; amend, annotate, correct, emend, rectify; fact-check; anthologize, collect, compile; get out, issue, print, publish; abridge, blue-pencil, redact, red-pencil; engross, recopy

Synonym Discussion of revise

correct, rectify, emend, remedy, redress, amend, reform, revise mean to make right what is wrong. correct implies taking action to remove errors, faults, deviations, defects.
    • correct your spelling
rectify implies a more essential changing to make something right, just, or properly controlled or directed.
    • rectify a misguided policy
emend specifically implies correction of a text or manuscript.
    • emend a text
remedy implies removing or making harmless a cause of trouble, harm, or evil.
    • set out to remedy the evils of the world
redress implies making compensation or reparation for an unfairness, injustice, or imbalance.
    • redress past social injustices
amend, reform, revise imply an improving by making corrective changes, amend usually suggesting slight changes
    • amend a law
, reform implying drastic change
    • plans to reform the court system
, and revise suggesting a careful examination of something and the making of necessary changes.
    • revise the schedule


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