Meaning of REVIEW in English

REVIEW

I.

noun

1 considering sth again

ADJECTIVE

▪ careful , complete , comprehensive , detailed , extensive , full , full-scale ( esp. BrE ), fundamental ( esp. BrE ), in-depth , major , overall , systematic , thorough , wide-ranging

▪ brief , quick , rapid , short

▪ urgent ( esp. BrE )

▪ annual , periodic , regular

the government's annual policy ~

▪ constant , continuous

▪ critical

The first chapter presents a critical ~ of the existing nursery education system.

▪ government , independent , internal , judicial

▪ peer

All papers submitted to the journal undergo a process of peer ~.

▪ literature

▪ financial , performance , policy , rent ( BrE )

▪ pay ( esp. BrE ), salary

VERB + REVIEW

▪ ask for , call for , seek

Greenpeace will seek a judicial ~ if a full public investigation is not held.

▪ announce ( esp. BrE ), order

▪ carry out ( esp. BrE ), complete , conduct , do , hold , perform , undertake

▪ present , provide

REVIEW + VERB

▪ take place

▪ cover sth , deal with sth

▪ conclude sth , indicate sth , propose sth , recommend sth , suggest sth

REVIEW + NOUN

▪ board , body ( esp. BrE ), committee , group

▪ process

PREPOSITION

▪ under ~

The matter is still under ~.

▪ up for ~

These rules will soon be up for ~.

The rent is up for ~.

▪ ~ by

a ~ by the court

2 report on a film/movie, restaurant, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ enthusiastic , excellent , favourable/favorable , glowing , good , positive , rave , wonderful

▪ bad , hostile , negative , poor , scathing

The show has good audience figures despite poor ~s in the press.

▪ critical

▪ mixed

The book received mixed ~s.

▪ book , film ( esp. BrE ), movie ( esp. AmE )

VERB + REVIEW

▪ do , write

I'm doing a ~ for the local paper.

▪ give sth

▪ get , have , receive , win

▪ post , publish

▪ open to

Their new musical opened to glowing ~s.

▪ read , see

Did you see the ~ in ‘Phase’?

REVIEW + VERB

▪ appear

His ~ appeared in yesterday's paper.

REVIEW + NOUN

▪ copy

▪ article

3 ( AmE ) studying

VERB + REVIEW

▪ do

REVIEW + NOUN

▪ class , session

▪ materials

▪ question

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ for

we need to do the ~ for the test tomorrow.

II.

verb

1 examine sth again

ADVERB

▪ comprehensively , fully , thoroughly

▪ extensively , widely

▪ carefully

▪ briefly

▪ urgently ( esp. BrE )

Safety procedures are being urgently ~ed after a chemical leak at the factory.

▪ currently

We are currently ~ing the situation.

▪ constantly , regularly

▪ annually , periodically

This figure will be ~ed periodically in the light of inflation.

▪ critically

Pull out your budget and critically ~ each line on it.

VERB + REVIEW

▪ agree to , promise to

▪ ask sb to

▪ decline to , refuse to

PREPOSITION

▪ for ( AmE )

Jonas helped me ~ for the test.

PHRASES

▪ ~ sth in the light of sth

This case should be ~ed in the light of the new evidence.

2 write a report of a book, film/movie, etc.

ADVERB

▪ favourably/favorably

The movie has been favourably/favorably ~ed on various websites.

▪ critically

Review is used with these nouns as the subject: ↑ article , ↑ panel , ↑ pathologist

Review is used with these nouns as the object: ↑ application , ↑ article , ↑ basics , ↑ book , ↑ case , ↑ claim , ↑ decision , ↑ document , ↑ draft , ↑ edition , ↑ evidence , ↑ file , ↑ information , ↑ manuscript , ↑ movie , ↑ novel , ↑ plan , ↑ play , ↑ procedure , ↑ progress , ↑ proposal , ↑ prospect , ↑ résumé , ↑ recommendation , ↑ record , ↑ report , ↑ request , ↑ research , ↑ result , ↑ sentence , ↑ situation , ↑ submission , ↑ tape , ↑ work

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