The Screen Actors Guild rejected the latest contract offer from Hollywood studios but claimed it was willing to negotiate and presented a counterproposal. Producers, however, didn't appear as willing to consider any revisions.
Toyota plans to idle two U.S. truck plants and assemble its Prius hybrid in Mississippi as it revamps its North American operations.
2007 Determined to counter accusations that it had been producing and even exporting tainted goods, China vowed earlier this year to revamp its food and drug safety regulations and to shut down illegal manufacturers and exporters.China arrests 774 people in crackdown on tainted products
Definitionrevise (CHANGE) Hide phonetics
to look at or consider again an idea, piece of writing, etc. in order to correct or improve it:
His helpfulness today has made me revise my original opinion/impression of him.
His publishers made him revise his manuscript three times.
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changed in some ways:
a revised edition of a book
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noun [C or U]
These proposals will need a lot of revision.
He was forced to make several revisions to his speech.
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a woman who is conscious of and makes use of her attractiveness to men in order to get what she wants
━━ n. 鞋面;鞋面皮--（靴の）つま皮; つぎはぎ; 【楽】即興伴奏（の曲）.
━━ v. （靴に）つま皮を付ける; つぎをあてる; でっちあげる ((up)); 【楽】（歌などに）即興で伴奏をつける ((out, up)).
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vamp sth up phrasal verb [M]
to make something more exciting:
The dress is simple and elegant, but you could vamp it up for evening wear with some stunning jewellery.
tr.v., -vamped, -vamp·ing, -vamps.
- To patch up or restore; renovate.
- To revise or reconstruct (a manuscript, for example).
- To vamp (a shoe) anew.
The act or an instance of revamping; a complete reorganization or revision.
The verb revamp has 2 meanings:
Meaning #1: to patch up or renovate; repair or restore
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verb [T] INFORMAL
to change or arrange something again, in order to improve it:
We revamped all the management system, but the business is doing no better than it was before.
v. - 新しい爪革を付ける, 改造する
n. - 継ぎ当て, 革新, 改革
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noun [C usually singular]
The company has spent £5 million on a major revamp of its offices.
A proposal offered to nullify or substitute for a previous one.