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revised

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈvaɪzd/
a revised amount or value has been changed in order to make it more accurate: The overpayment will be returned through revised deductions, starting this month. The governor is expected to propose a revised budget within a month. The global deficit on trade in goods fell to £6.5 billion, from an upwardly revised £7 billion in May. a revised figure/forecast/estimate a revised offer/bid/targeta revised 1.8%/$4.6bn/£6m, etc. Retail sales bounced back from a revised 0.2% decline in August to post a larger-than-expected 0.7% rise in September.
a revised plan, system, or law has been changed in order to improve it: revised plans/proposals/guidelines revised laws/regulations/legislation a revised deal/contract/agreement
a document, book, etc. that has been revised has been changed in order to improve it, correct mistakes, or make it contain the most recent information: revised edition/version/draft This paper is a revised version of a report commissioned by the Economic Development Institute of the World Bank.
(Definition of revised from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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