Revised-standard-version



noun
1.
a revision of the Bible, based on the American Standard Version and the King James Version, prepared by American scholars, published in its completed form in 1952.
Abbreviation: RSV.
Revised Standard Version
noun
1.
a revision by American scholars of the American Standard Version of the Bible. The New Testament was published in 1946 and the entire Bible in 1953

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