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Definitions for revisit
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word revisit.
"We revisited Rome after 25 years"
an act of revisiting
a second visit
to visit again
to reconsider or re-experience something
Etymology: * English: re- (again, anew) + visit
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
To visit again.
Etymology: revisiter, Fr. reviso, revisito, Lat.
Thee I revisit safe,
And feel thy sov’reign vital lamp; but thou
Revisit’st not these eyes, that rowl in vain,
To find thy piercing ray, and find no dawn. John Milton.
Let the pale sire revisit Thebes, and bear
These pleasing orders to the tyrant’s ear. Alexander Pope, Statius.
to visit again
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rē-viz′it, v.t. to visit again.—ns. Revis′it; Revis′itant.—adj. revisiting.—n. Revisitā′tion.
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The numerical value of revisit in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of revisit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of revisit in a Sentence
As the effects of climate change intensify, these extreme weather conditions can be expected to revisit us more frequently. The devastation wrought by Cyclone Idai is yet another wake-up call for the world to put in place ambitious climate change mitigation measures.
It's a lot of fun to revisit the Mad Hatter, it was a gas to get back together with the cast of before, and then the addition of Sacha Baron Cohen certainly upped the stakes quite a lot ... It was great because this particular film .... has a bit more of the Hatter - there are a lot more layers of things going on.
When the situation changes so that those facts are no longer valid or the assumptions that you made are no longer appropriate, then I think you have to go back and revisit your plan.
Brands have to be careful not alienate their clients, when a non-profit gets into controversy, global brands have to revisit their relationship no matter how small.
We had put the items in an online cart for our review later, to revisit these items and see if we really wanted them or not. My wife thought she would go back and check these out later, to see what she wanted or not.
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