- to visit again
- to reconsider or reevaluate: often used postpositively in the pp., as in essay or book titles: “Mark Twain Revisited”
The detective wanted to revisit the evidence in the open case because she wondered if she might have missed something.
An example of revisit is a detective going back over evidence they thought wasn't connected to a case.
transitive verbre·vis·it·ed, re·vis·it·ing, re·vis·its
- To visit again.
- To consider or discuss again.
- A second or repeated visit.
- A second or repeated consideration or discussion of a subject.
(third-person singular simple present revisits, present participle revisiting, simple past and past participle revisited)
- an act of revisiting
- a second visit
- I think I shall never revisit those scenes.
- He himself never felt at home at Brussels, and in August 1559 he set sail for Spain, never again to revisit the Netherlands.
- Amongst all the people it is believed that the spirits of the dead are able to revisit the scenes of their earthly life.
- If I find a cure, we'll revisit this conversation.
- When, then, Paul proposed, after the Jerusalem council of Acts xv., to revisit with Barnabas the scenes of their joint labours, he naturally demurred to taking Mark with them again, feeling that he could not be relied on should fresh openings demand a new policy.