What does "rewrite" mean?

What does "rewrite" mean?

To respond in writing 2: modify (anything, such as a story): induce it to be revised, as ina: prepare (contributed content) for publication b: to modify (previously published material) for use in a different publication or context c: to revise (a proposal, design, etc.) d: to alter by adding or removing parts e: to transform into a different form f: to make new written or printed.

What is the meaning of rewriting?

(The first of two entries) transitive verb1: to write a response2: to revise (anything, such as a story): to induce it to be revised, as in opinion or style3: to make changes in (a manuscript) in preparation for publication4: to change something about (a person) so as to improve his or her qualities or character5: to alter (the text of) an existing writing, usually because you want to include more information or put it in a different form6: to create another version of (something written) - we rewrite stories all the time; sometimes we even rewrite history

Rewriting is the process of drafting and re-drafting a document with the aim of achieving satisfactory improvement. This may involve making many attempts at revision before finding one that satisfies you.

In journalism and literature, rewriting is the process of editing a document to correct grammar, syntax, and word choice. The goal is to produce a clear and concise piece of writing that holds readers' attention and does not contain any errors.

In advertising, rewriting refers to the practice of creating new advertisements by replacing or adding to parts of old ones. This is often done to increase effectiveness or save money.

Is "rewritten" a word?

2. To revise is to write again, especially in a new or improved manner. The editor felt that writing another version of the book would help it reach a wider audience.

3. Rewritten software is code written anew. Most programs are rewritten at some time in order to make them more efficient or compatible with new technologies.

4. A rewritten song is one that has been completely reworked by a new writer.

5. The rewritten screenplay will feature an entirely new set of characters and be set in a different time period.

6. The rewritten novel deals with different characters and takes place in a different setting.

7. The film adaptation of the rewritten script will use different actors than the original movie.

8. The rewritten article discusses issues that weren't included in the original paper.

What does "remake" mean?

To create a new or different version of (anything, such as a movie, music, or other work): to transform (something) into something else re-create. Noun: a new edition of a book, with changes made by the author or publisher.

The word "remake" comes from Latin meaning "to repeat," and this word is often used in reference to films or other creative works that reuse many of the elements of another film or novel. For example, when John Ford remade his own film The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance he was simply making another version of the same story using similar settings and characters. Ford did not plagiarize Rogerenes' script; he just wanted to make another film about a principled man fighting for justice.

"Remake" has also become a popular term among film critics who feel that current movies are repeating themselves rather than innovating. For example, one critic wrote that Twilight was a "remake/rip-off/parody" of Harry Potter because both films feature young adults struggling to find their place in a world that seems unwilling to accept them.

In conclusion, the word "remake" means to create a new version of something existing or to repeat an existing version of something others may find interesting or useful.

What is revise and resubmit?

Revise and resubmit implies exactly what it says: if you revise and resubmit the paper, we will take another look at it (hopefully with the same editor and reviewers, but not necessarily). Typically, this signifies that the needed adjustments are significant enough that it will be sent back to the reviewers. Sometimes authors decide that they want to submit their paper again even though many changes have been made; in this case, they first need to resolve all conflicts and then write a short letter explaining why they think their paper is now acceptable.

The main advantage of revise and resubmit is that it can lead to improvements which would otherwise have been impossible without changing the paper itself. For example, an author might have realized while writing up her/his response to comments that a necessary step was missing from the original submission. With revise and resubmit, this problem can be easily fixed by simply including it in the new version of the paper.

There is also some risk involved in revise and resubmit. If the paper is rejected again, then there is no way to fix errors discovered after starting work on the revision. Also, if the editor or reviewers feel that additional experiments are needed to support key claims in the paper, these may not be possible to perform within the time frame required for revise and resubmit.

Finally, authors should be aware of how long it takes for us to respond to revisions.

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Darlene Jarrell

Darlene Jarrell has graduated from the University of California, Berkeley and Stanford University. She has been teaching for twenty years and is a respected teacher who is loved by her students. Darlene is kind and gentle with all of her students, but she can also be firm when necessary. She loves reading books about psychology because it helps her understand how children think and learn differently than adults do.

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