Revisit \Re*vis"it\, v. t.
1. To visit again. --Milton.
2. To revise. [Obs.] --Ld. Berners. [1913 Webster]
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revisit — UK US /ˌriːˈvɪzɪt/ verb [T] ► to talk about or think about something again, with the intention of improving it or changing it: »Revisit your five year career plan at least every six months. »The finance minister stated that she would not be… … Financial and business terms
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revisit — [rē viz′it] vt. 1. to visit again 2. to reconsider or reevaluate: often used postpositively in the pp., as in essay or book titles [“Mark Twain Revisited”] … English World dictionary
revisit — I. transitive verb Date: 15th century to visit again ; return to < revisit the old neighborhood >; also to consider or take up again < reluctant to revisit past disputes > II. noun Date: 1623 a second or subsequent visit … New Collegiate Dictionary
revisit — UK [ˌriːˈvɪzɪt] / US [ˌrɪˈvɪzɪt] verb [transitive] Word forms revisit : present tense I/you/we/they revisit he/she/it revisits present participle revisiting past tense revisited past participle revisited 1) to visit a place or situation that you… … English dictionary
revisit — verb Revisit is used with these nouns as the object: ↑decision, ↑haunt … Collocations dictionary
revisit — re|vis|it [ˌri:ˈvısıt] v [T] 1.) written to return to a place you once knew well ▪ Ten years later, I revisited the school to find out what had changed. 2.) formal to consider or discuss something again ▪ We need to revisit this proposal as soon… … Dictionary of contemporary English
revisit — [[t]ri͟ːvɪ̱zɪt[/t]] revisits, revisiting, revisited VERB If you revisit a place, you return there for a visit after you have been away for a long time, often after the place has changed a lot. [V n] In the summer, when we returned to Canada, we… … English dictionary
revisit — verb (T) 1 to return to a place you once knew well: They revisited the town where he grew up. 2 to come back to in order to discuss again: OK, so we need to revisit this proposal as soon as the budget position is clearer. 3 revisited an event,… … Longman dictionary of contemporary English