Revision vs Sabora - What's the difference?

revision | sabora |

As nouns the difference between revision and sabora

is that revision is revision, change while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.



Etymology 1

From (etyl) , from (etyl) revisio.


  • (uncountable) The process of revising:
  • # The action or process of reviewing, editing and amending.
  • #* 2002 , James D. Lester, James D. Lester, Jr, Writing Research Papers , page 195,
  • Revision can turn a passable paper into an excellent one and change an excellent one into a radiant one.
  • #* 2004 , Mara Kalnins (editor), Note on the Text'', Joseph Conrad, ''Victory: An Island Tale , page xxxix,
  • The full history of its composition, revision , transmission, and publication is a complex and intricate one beyond the necessarily limited scope of this Note,.
  • #* 2010 , , Franz Guenthner (editors), Handbook of Philosophical Logic , Volume 16, page 37,
  • Many formalisms for belief revision use extraneous mechanisms for deciding what beliefs to keep and this makes it harder to iterate the process.
  • # (UK, Australia, New Zealand) The action or process of reviewing something previously learned, especially one?s notes in preparation for a test or examination.
  • All that last minute revision really paid off in the exam! I got top marks!
  • #* 2008', Philip A. Kalra (editor), '' Essential '''Revision Notes in Medicine for Students , Volume 1.
  • (countable) A changed edition, or new version; a modification.
  • * 2004 , Robert McConnell Productions, Henry M. Robert, Robert?s Rules of Order: Simplified and Applied , page 331,
  • The first thing members need to understand about a revision' is that the current bylaws are not under consideration at all. If the ' revision is defeated, no changes to the current bylaws take place.
  • * 1992 , Helen Baron, Carl Baron (editors), Introduction'', ''The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H, Lawrence: Sons and Lovers , Part 1, 2002 paperback edition, Cambridge University Press, page lxxx,
  • However, it is evident in a minority of cases that a revision by Lawrence is prompted solely by the need to remedy some local effect caused by Garnett?s deletion, and there, clearly, Lawrence?s MS text is, in principle, to be preferred.
  • * 2008''', World Bank, ' , page 209,
  • Previous editions of World Development Indicators'' used revision''' 2, first published in 1948. '''Revision''' 3 was completed in 1989, and many countries now use it. But ' revision 2 is still widely used for compiling cross-country data.
  • * 2012 , Bill Fane, David Byrnes, AutoCAD 2013 For Dummies , page 189,
  • Include the revision number'. You may need to add a triangle and number, shown in Figure 9-6, to indicate the ' revision number.
  • (countable) A story corrected or expanded by a writer commissioned by the original author.
  • A revision story
    * review (US)

    Etymology 2



    (en verb)
  • To provide with a new vision.
  • What philosophy needs is to be revisioned with a more hopeful, engaged inspirational point of view.


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    (wikipedia Sabora)


  • Any one of the Jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the Babylonian Talmud in the 6th century .
  • See also

    * amora * tanna