[+situation, policy, case, contract, salary, system] révision f
→ A stringent review of public expenditure began immediately ...
→ That policy was due for review this year
to be under review être en passe d'être révisé (e)
→ The present arrangements are under review.
to come under review être révisé (e)
[+book, film, play] critique f
→ Disney's `Beauty And The Beast' has won rave reviews ...
→ We've never had a good review in the music press.
The book had good reviews. Ce livre a eu de bonnes critiques.
(=magazine) revue f
→ the Literary Review
(US, for exam) révision f
→ begin by planning on three two-hour reviews with four chapters per session
[+system, situation, policy, contract, case, pensions, salary] réviser f
→ By law, state pensions must be reviewed once a year.
→ He said the Government would review the situation in June
(=look back on)
[+past events, year] passer en revue
→ ... able to review past events and anticipate the future
[+film, book, play] faire la critique de
[+troops] passer en revue
→ They cheered as he reviewed the troops.
(US, for exam)
[+notes, subject] réviser → review all the notes you need to cover for each course
n (in newspaper, magazine)
critique f de livre
(British) réexamen m d'une décision de justice (par une juridiction supérieure)
(US) examen m de la constitutionnalité d'une loi
[+academic paper] révision f par des collègues
→ reports by scientists, published in reputable journals following peer review
n critique f dithyrambique
→ Stoppard's new play has received rave reviews.
→ The play received rave reviews from the critics.
n commission f de révision