Rev



noun
1.
a revolution (in an engine or the like).
verb (used with object), revved, revving.
2.
to accelerate sharply the speed of (an engine or the like) (often followed by up).
verb (used without object), revved, revving.
3.
(of an engine) to accelerate; become revved (often followed by up).
Verb phrases
4.
rev up, to increase in strength or accelerate sharply:
The economy is beginning to rev up.
1.
Revelation; Revelations.
2.
Reverend.
1.
revenue.
2.
reverse.
3.
review.
4.
reviewed.
5.
revise; revised.
6.
revision.
7.
revolution.
8.
revolving.
noun
1.
revolution per minute: the engine was doing 5000 revs
verb revs, revving, revved
2.
(often foll by up) to increase the speed of revolution of (an engine)
abbreviation
1.
revenue
2.
reverse(d)
3.
review
4.
revise(d)
5.
revision
6.
revolution
7.
revolving
abbreviation
1.
(Bible) Revelation
2.
Reverend
rev
Rev
Reverend
rev.
1.
revenue
2.
reverse
3.
reversed
4.
review
5.
revised
6.
revision
7.
revolution
Rev.
1.
Revelation
2.
reverend

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