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  1. revisedadjective

    improved or brought up to date

    "a revised edition"

    Antonyms:
    unchanged, unamended, unaltered

  2. revisedadjective

    altered or revised by rephrasing or by adding or deleting material

    "the amended bill passed easily"

    Antonyms:
    unaltered, unamended, unchanged

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How to use revised in a sentence?

  1. John McKenna:

    They were kind of surprised to hear that and backed off a little bit, but the minister wanted to do something so she came up with a revised (proposal).

  2. The PBOC:

    Since the beginning of this year, the global and domestic economic environment has experienced a number of changes, reflecting these recent developments, we revised our China macroeconomic forecasts for 2016. Compared with our published forecasts in December last year, we maintain our baseline projection of 2016 real GDP growth at 6.8 percent.

  3. Richard Neal:

    We remain committed to working diligently with Ambassador Lighthizer on this agreement. The timeline for consideration of the revised deal depends on the administration's willingness to negotiate with us in good faith to address House Democrats' concerns.

  4. Noel Quinn:

    Parts of our business are not delivering acceptable returns, we are therefore outlining a revised plan to increase returns for investors, create the capacity for future investment, and build a platform for sustainable growth.

  5. Hashim Yamani:

    The plan started by looking at 20 years down the road, with the year 2032 as the major milestone for long-term planning, recently, however, we have revised the outlook together with our stakeholders to focus on 2040 as the major milestone for long-term energy planning in Saudi Arabia.


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