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"revised" in British English

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revisedadjective

uk   us   /rɪˈvaɪzd/
changed in some ​ways: a revised ​edition of a ​book
(Definition of revised from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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revisedadjective

uk   us   /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 ​globaldeficit on ​trade in ​goodsfell 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 ​salesbounced 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 ​reportcommissioned by the Economic Development ​Institute of the World Bank.
(Definition of revised from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “revised”
in Chinese (Simplified) 修正过的, 经过修改的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修正過的, 經過修改的…
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