revisit

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Middle French revisiter

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ɹiːˈvɪzɪt/
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    Rhymes: -ɪzɪt

Verb[edit]

revisit (third-person singular simple present revisits, present participle revisiting, simple past and past participle revisited)

  1. To visit again.
    • 1703, [Richard Blackmore], A Hymn to the Light of the World. With a Short Description of the Cartons of Raphael Urbin, in the Gallery at Hampton-Court, London: Printed for Jacob Tonson [], OCLC 40584794, page 8:
      Thou, Kind Redeemer, toucht to ſee / So ſad a Sight, ſuch moving Miſery, / Didſt ſoon determine to diſpel / Theſe Shades of Death, and Gloom of Hell: / And ſo to reviſit with Thy Heav'nly Light / Loſt Man, bewilder'd in Infernal Night.
    • 1960 February, “Motive Power Miscellany: Scottish Region”, in Trains Illustrated, page 122:
      On November 21 the restored Highland "Jones Goods" 4-6-0, No. 103, revisited its old haunts when it worked a Stephenson Locomotive Society special from Glasgow (Buchanan Street) to Blair Atholl and back; [...].
  2. To reconsider or re-experience something.

Translations[edit]

Noun[edit]

revisit (plural revisits)

  1. An act of revisiting; a second or subsequent visit. [from 17th c.]
    • 1748, Samuel Richardson, Clarissa, Letter 446:
      On my revisit to the lady, I found her almost as much a sufferer of joy as she had sometimes been from grief [] .

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Latin[edit]

Verb[edit]

revīsit

  1. third-person singular present active indicative of revīsō