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How to Pronounce Review: Learn how to pronounce Review in English correctly

Learn how to say Review correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word review:

noun
1a formal assessment of something with the intention of instituting change if necessary:
a comprehensive review of UK defence policy
[mass noun]:
all areas of the company will come under review
Law a reconsideration of a judgement, sentence, etc. by a higher court or authority:
a review of her sentence
[mass noun]:
his case comes up for review in January
Compare with judicial review.
a report on or evaluation of a subject or past events:
the Director General’s end-of-year review
2a critical appraisal of a book, play, film, etc. published in a newspaper or magazine:
she released her debut solo album to rave reviews
[often in names] a periodical publication with critical articles on culture and current events:
the New Left Review
3a ceremonial display and formal inspection of military or naval forces, typically by a sovereign or commander-in-chief:
he conducted a final review of his troops and spoke of his pride in having served in the US army
4a facility for playing a tape recording during a fast wind or rewind, so that it can be stopped at a particular point:
cue and review, which plays the tape backwards or forwards at high speed
verb
[with object]
1assess (something) formally with the intention of instituting change if necessary:
the Home Secretary was called on to review Britain’s gun laws
Law submit (a sentence, case, etc.) for reconsideration by a higher court or authority:
the Attorney General asked the court to review the sentence
survey or evaluate (a subject or past events):
in the next chapter we review a number of recent empirical studies
2write a critical appraisal of (a book, play, film, etc.) for publication in a newspaper or magazine:
I reviewed his first novel
3(of a sovereign, commander-in-chief, etc.) make a ceremonial and formal inspection of (military or naval forces):
the Queen reviewed her brightly arrayed troops
4view or inspect again:
all slides were then reviewed by one pathologist
Derivatives

reviewable

adjective
reviewal

noun
Origin:

late Middle English (as a noun denoting a formal inspection of military or naval forces): from obsolete French reveue, from revoir ‘see again’