1. The revised edition is to all intents and purposes a new book.
2. The scientist had to eat crow and revise their theory after new evidence contradicted their original findings.
3. The changes to the project didn't sit well with the team, so they decided to revise the plan.
4. Mark wasn't happy with his first draft of the book, but he's grateful for the chance to take a second bite at the cherry and revise it before submitting it to publishers.