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review /rɪˈvjuː/ noun
review verb [transitive]


بررسی کردن ، بررسی ، تجدید نظر ، رژه ، نشریه ، مجله ، مرور کردن ، سان دیدن ، بازدید کردن ، انتقاد کردن ، مقالات انتقادی نوشتن ، بازبین ، دوره کردن ، کامپیوتر: مرور ، بازرگانی: بررسی ، تجدید نظر کردن ، مرور ، علوم نظامی: بازدید رسمی یا سان رسمی ، علوم دریایی: - parade 3
مهندسی صنایع: فروش/خرید/تدارکات: مرور ، بازدید الکترونیک: مرور ، کامپیوتر: تجدید نظر ، بررسی ، تجارت خارجی: تجدید ، بررسی ، تجدید نظر کردن ، بازرگانی ، - parade 3: علوم دریایی: بررسی ، بررسی کردن ، مرور ، سان دیدن ، بازدید ، انتقاد کردن ، تجدید نظر ، دوره کردن ، بازدید رسمی یا سان رسمی ، علوم نظامی: بررسی ، مرور ، اقتصاد: بازدید، تجدید نظر، رژه ، نشریه ، مجله ، مرور، مرور کردن ، سان دیدن ، بازدید کردن ، انتقاد کردن ، مقالات انتقادی نوشتن ، بازبین ، دوره کردن کامپیوتر: دوره کردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

review
[noun]
Synonyms:
- critique, commentary, criticism, evaluation, judgment, notice
- magazine, journal, periodical
- survey, analysis, examination, scrutiny, study
- inspection, march past, parade
[verb]
Synonyms:
- assess, criticize, evaluate, judge, study
- reconsider, reassess, re-evaluate, re-examine, rethink, revise, think over
- look back on, recall, recollect, reflect on, remember
- inspect, examine
Contrasted words: anticipation, contemplation, foreseeing
Related Words: reflection, study, second thought
English Thesaurus: article, story, piece, feature, review, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. review1 S2 W2 /rɪˈvjuː/ noun
[Word Family: noun: view, overview, preview, review, viewer, reviewer; verb: view, preview, review]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: French; Origin: revue; revue]

1. [uncountable and countable] a careful examination of a situation or process ⇒ evaluation, analysis
review of
She sent us her review of the research.
carry out/conduct/undertake a review
The company hired Bob to conduct an independent review of their workplace procedures.
review body/committee/panel/board
the Teachers’ Pay Review Body
under review
We’re keeping this policy under review (=we are continuing to examine it).
The policy comes up for review (=will be reviewed) in April.
All fees are subject to review (=may be reviewed).
Mr Crowther asked for judicial review of the decision (=an examination of the decision by a judge).

2. [countable] an article in a newspaper or magazine that gives an opinion about a new book, play, film etc:
a film review
review of
The paper published a review of her book.
good/bad/mixed review
The band’s new album has had very good reviews.
The film opened to rave reviews (=reviews that praised it a lot).

3. [uncountable] the work of writing reviews for a newspaper or magazine
for review
The book was sent to the press for review in September.
The journal receives review copies (=free copies to review) of most new software products.

4. [countable] a report on a series of events or a period of time, that mentions the most important parts
review of
a review of the year

5. [countable] an official show of the army, navy etc so that a king, president, or officer of high rank can see them:
a naval review

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. review2 S3 W3 verb [transitive]
[Word Family: noun: view, overview, preview, review, viewer, reviewer; verb: view, preview, review]
[Sense 1-2, 4-5: Date: 1600-1700; Origin: review1]
[Sense 3: Date: 1500-1600; Origin: view]

1. to examine, consider, and judge a situation or process carefully in order to see if changes are necessary ⇒ evaluate, analyse:
We will review your situation and decide how we can help you.
The decision will be reviewed by the Supreme Court.
The team manager’s position will be reviewed at the end of the season.

2. to write a short article describing and judging a new book, play, film etc:
Bradman will review the best of the new children’s books.

3. American English to look again at something you have studied, such as notes, reports etc Synonym : revise British English

4. to examine and describe the most important parts of a series of events or period of time:
a journalist who will review the events of the past six months

5. to officially watch a group of soldiers, ships etc at a military show:
The President will review the soldiers on parade.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

review
noun
I. considering sth again
ADJ. complete, comprehensive, extensive, full, full-scale, fundamental, in-depth, major, overall, systematic, thorough, wide-ranging | brief, rapid, short | urgent | annual, periodic, regular the government's annual policy review
constant, continuous | critical The first chapter presents a critical review of the existing nursery education system.
government, independent, internal, judicial | financial, pay, performance, policy, rent
VERB + REVIEW ask for, call for, campaign for, press for, seek Greenpeace will seek a judicial review if a full public enquiry is not held.
announce, order | carry out, conduct, do, hold, undertake | present
REVIEW + VERB take place | cover sth, deal with sth | conclude sth, indicate sth, propose sth, recommend sth, suggest sth
REVIEW + NOUN body, committee, group
PREP. due for ~ The rent is due for review.
under ~ The matter is still under review.
~ by a review by the court

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

review
II. report on a film, restaurant, etc.
ADJ. enthusiastic, favourable, glowing, good, rave | bad, hostile, poor, scathing The show has good audience figures despite poor reviews in the press.
critical | mixed The book received mixed reviews.
book, film
VERB + REVIEW do, write I'm doing a review for the local paper.
give sth | get, have, receive, win | open to Their new musical opened to glowing reviews.
read, see Did you see the review in ‘The Times’?
REVIEW + VERB appear His review appeared in yesterday's paper.
REVIEW + NOUN copy

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

review
verb
I. examine sth again
ADV. comprehensively, fully, thoroughly | extensively, widely | carefully | briefly | urgently Safety procedures are being urgently reviewed after a chemical leak at the factory.
currently We are currently reviewing the situation.
constantly, regularly | annually, from time to time, periodically This figure will be reviewed from time to time in the light of inflation.
critically Pull out your budget and critically review each line on it.
VERB + REVIEW agree to, promise to | ask sb to | decline to, refuse to
PHRASES review sth in the light of sth This case should be reviewed in the light of new evidence.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

review
II. write a report of a book/film, etc.
ADV. favourably The film has been favourably reviewed in a number of papers.
critically

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

review

carry out a review (also conduct a review formal)
No one has yet carried out a review of the system.
Government officials are conducting a review of the law.
undertake a review (=start it and carry it out)
The department plans to undertake a spending review.
keep something under review (=continue to review it)
He recommended that the matter should be kept under review.
come up for review (=be reviewed after a particular period of time has ended)
His contract is coming up for review.
be subject to review formal (=may be reviewed or changed)
These prices are subject to review.
a major review
We are conducting a major review of our procedures.
a thorough/comprehensive review
Their conclusion is based on a comprehensive review of all the previous studies.
an extensive/wide-ranging review
He is currently conducting a wide-ranging review of public spending.
a fundamental review (=that examines the most basic and important parts of something)
There have been calls for a fundamental review of our voting system.
an annual review
There will be an annual review of your salary.
an independent review
Their findings have been confirmed by a recent independent review.
an internal review (=one that an organization carries out on itself)
The Army is conducting an internal review.
judicial review (=examination by a judge)
The case is likely to go to judicial review.
a policy review
The policy review proposed radical changes to the system.
a spending review
Extra money was promised in last summer’s spending review.
a review body/committee/panel/board
We will set up a pay review body for all staff.
a review process
We cannot comment until the review process is over.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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