review

review
I [rɪ'vjuː]
nome
1) (reconsideration) revisione f. (anche amm. dir. pol.); (report) analisi f., esame m.

to be under review — [policy] essere riesaminato; [salaries] essere rivisto

to come under review — essere preso in esame

to be subject to review — essere suscettibile di revisione

the week in review — rad. telev. la rassegna delle notizie della settimana

2) giorn. letter. (critical assessment) recensione f., critica f.
3) giorn. (magazine) rivista f.
4) mil. rivista f., rassegna f.
5) AE scol. univ. (of lesson) ripasso m.
II [rɪ'vjuː]
verbo transitivo
1) (re-examine) riconsiderare [situation]; rivedere, riesaminare [attitude, policy]; esaminare, analizzare [performance]; passare in rassegna [troops]
2) giorn. letter. recensire [book, film]

to be well, badly reviewed — essere bene accolto, stroncato dalla critica

3) AE scol. univ. ripassare [subject, lesson]
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[rə'vju:] 1. noun
1) (a written report on a book, play etc giving the writer's opinion of it.) recensione
2) (an inspection of troops etc.) rivista, rassegna
3) ((American) revision; studying or going over one's notes: I have just enough time for a quick review of my speech; I made a quick review of my notes before the test.) ripasso
2. verb
1) (to make or have a review of: The book was reviewed in yesterday's paper; The Queen reviewed the troops.) recensire
2) (to reconsider: We'll review the situation at the end of the month.) rivedere, riesaminare
3) ((American) to revise; to go over one's notes, lessons etc in preparation for an examination: I have to review (my notes) for the test tomorrow.) ripassare
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I [rɪ'vjuː]
nome
1) (reconsideration) revisione f. (anche amm. dir. pol.); (report) analisi f., esame m.

to be under review — [policy] essere riesaminato; [salaries] essere rivisto

to come under review — essere preso in esame

to be subject to review — essere suscettibile di revisione

the week in review — rad. telev. la rassegna delle notizie della settimana

2) giorn. letter. (critical assessment) recensione f., critica f.
3) giorn. (magazine) rivista f.
4) mil. rivista f., rassegna f.
5) AE scol. univ. (of lesson) ripasso m.
II [rɪ'vjuː]
verbo transitivo
1) (re-examine) riconsiderare [situation]; rivedere, riesaminare [attitude, policy]; esaminare, analizzare [performance]; passare in rassegna [troops]
2) giorn. letter. recensire [book, film]

to be well, badly reviewed — essere bene accolto, stroncato dalla critica

3) AE scol. univ. ripassare [subject, lesson]

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