revision

[ri-vizh-uhn]

Origin of revision

1605–15; < Late Latin revīsiōn- (stem of revīsiō), equivalent to Latin revīs(us) (see revise) + -iōn- -ion
Related formsre·vi·sion·al, re·vi·sion·ar·y, adjectivenon·re·vi·sion, nounpre·re·vi·sion, nounpro·re·vi·sion, adjective

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British Dictionary definitions for revisionary

revisionary

adjective
  1. of or relating to a new or different version of something

revision

noun
  1. the act or process of revising
  2. British the process of rereading a subject or notes on it, esp in preparation for an examination
  3. a corrected or new version of a book, article, etc
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Word Origin and History for revisionary

revision

n.

1610s, "act of revising," from French révision, from Late Latin revisionem (nominative revisio) "a seeing again," noun of action from past participle stem of Latin revidere (see revise). Meaning "a product of revision" is from 1845.

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