review

All Noun Verb
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  • All three games have received good reviews, especially the first and second game.
  • An independent central bank will score higher in the review than one that is not independent.
  • Although she was not the star of the film, she received positive reviews.
  • The game has been met with mixed reviews from critics over the years.
  • After more than a quarter century, the film has continued to receive positive reviews.
  • However, only a legislative council to review the subject was created that year.
  • For example, students can review their lessons more than once according to their need.
  • Reviews were strong, and the film is considered one of the best of his later career.
  • The film received excellent reviews at the time of its original release.
  • Captain Blood received positive reviews and was a success at the box office.
  • The series received mostly mixed and negative reviews for not using original material.
  • The film received a five-star review from the Times of London.
  • The film's release was met with highly positive reviews and box office results.
  • If these are successful and receive good reviews, they are continued.
  • He did not score but drew wild reviews for his play.
  • Overall these reviews were more positive than the reviews she received for her later work.
  • The film opened to negative reviews and did not do well at the box office.
  • The manner of her first death was received with mostly negative reviews.
  • The tour sold out in every European city and gained positive reviews.
  • Television critics gave the new show and its host poor reviews.
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Meaning of review

  • noun An essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
  • noun (accounting) a service (less exhaustive than an audit) that provides some assurance to interested parties as to the reliability of financial data
  • noun A periodical that publishes critical essays on current affairs or literature or art
  • noun (law) a judicial reexamination of the proceedings of a court (especially by an appellate court)
  • noun Practice intended to polish performance or refresh the memory
  • verb Look at again; examine again
    let's review your situation
  • verb Appraise critically
    She reviews books for the New York Times, Please critique this performance
  • verb Hold a review (of troops)
  • verb Refresh one's memory
    I reviewed the material before the test
  • verb Look back upon (a period of time, sequence of events); remember
    she reviewed her achievements with pride