reviewverbuk us /rɪˈvjuː/
review verb (THINK AGAIN)
- With exams approaching, it's a good idea to review your class notes.
- He reviews films for the local newspaper.
- Your starting salary is £13 000 per annum and will be reviewed annually.
- The laws governing the possession of firearms are being reviewed.
- The company is reviewing its security after the robbery.
review verb (BOOK/FILM)
review verb (MILITARY)
reviewnounuk us /rɪˈvjuː/
review noun (THINK AGAIN)
- There's a generous review of the book in today's newspaper.
- The review exposed widespread corruption in the police force.
- The government has ordered a judicial review.
- The reviews of his latest movies have been highly complimentary.
- A review of the firm's safety procedures revealed serious problems.
review noun (BOOK/FILM)
review noun (MILITARY)
review noun (STUDY)