Complete Definition of "revolve"

English

Etymology
ME. revolven (to change direction), From Old French revolver (to reflect upon), from L. revolvere (to turn over, roll back, reflect upon)

Verb
en-verb|revolves|revolving|revolved

  1. To orbit a central point.

#:The Earth revolves around the sun.

  1. To turn on an axis.

#:The Earth revolves once every twenty-four hours.

  1. To recur in cycles.

#:The program revolves through all the queues before returning to the start.

  1. To ponder on.

Translations
trans-top|To orbit a central point
Finnish: kiertää
trans-mid
Polish: krÄciÄ siÄ (wokóÅ)
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trans-top|To turn on an axis
Chinese: æ转
Finnish: pyöriä
trans-mid
Polish: wirowaÄ, krÄciÄ siÄ (wokóŠwÅasnej osi)
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trans-top|To recur in cycles
trans-mid
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trans-top|To ponder on
Chinese: èè
trans-mid
Finnish: pohtia
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