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Definitions for revisit
riˈvɪz ɪtre·vis·it

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. revisitverb

    visit again

    "We revisited Rome after 25 years"

Wiktionary

  1. revisitnoun

    an act of revisiting

    Etymology: * English: re- (again, anew) + visit

  2. revisitnoun

    a second visit

    Etymology: * English: re- (again, anew) + visit

  3. revisitverb

    to visit again

    Etymology: * English: re- (again, anew) + visit

  4. revisitverb

    to reconsider or re-experience something

    Etymology: * English: re- (again, anew) + visit

Webster Dictionary

  1. Revisitverb

    to visit again

  2. Revisitverb

    to revise

Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

  1. Revisit

    rē-viz′it, v.t. to visit again.—ns. Revis′it; Revis′itant.—adj. revisiting.—n. Revisitā′tion.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of revisit in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of revisit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of revisit in a Sentence

  1. Kenneth Oshodi:

    While it is possible that there will be changes to the approach under its new management team, there is not enough information to revisit the Process rating at this point.

  2. Ash Carter:

    We're certainly committed to providing intelligence support and advice and assist support. With respect to introducing more forces on the ground with them, that is something that we will I think need to revisit as those forces are actually produced, our role is to be an enabler, a motivator, the chairman used the word leadership, not a substitute for a capable ground force, but an enabler of a ground force.

  3. Thomas Russo:

    If I felt the bank were making a big investment banking push, they would need to do a good job of explaining why it has not made them riskier, otherwise, I would have to revisit the holdings.

  4. Jean Foster:

    That's why we're doing it, we've been really open about how we didn't handle it well and we apologized publicly... and it caused us to revisit this and say, we should look at this as a technology.

  5. Bruce Jette:

    Based on feedback and proposals received from industry we have determined it is necessary to revisit the requirements, acquisition strategy and schedule before moving forward.

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  • Wieder besuchenGerman
  • மீண்டும் பார்வையிடவும்Tamil
  • ผู้ตรวจบทเขียนThai

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