verb (used without object), revolved, revolving.
to move in a circular or curving course or orbit:
The earth revolves around the sun.
to turn around or rotate, as on an axis:
The wheel revolves slowly.
to proceed or occur in a round or cycle; come around again in the process of time; recur.
to be revolved in the mind.
to focus or center on.
verb (used with object), revolved, revolving.
to cause to turn around, as on an axis.
to cause to move in a circular or curving course, as about a central point.
to think about; consider.
to move or cause to move around a centre or axis; rotate
(intransitive) to occur periodically or in cycles
to consider or be considered
(intransitive; foll by around or about) to be centred or focused (upon): Juliet’s thoughts revolved around Romeo
(theatre) a circular section of a stage that can be rotated by electric power to provide a scene change
noun 1. a handgun having a revolving chambered cylinder for holding a number of cartridges, which may be discharged in succession without reloading. 2. a person or thing that revolves. noun 1. a pistol having a revolving multichambered cylinder that allows several shots to be discharged without reloading
adjective 1. that revolves: a revolving table top. 2. Machinery. noting or pertaining to a radial engine whose cylinders revolve around a stationary crankshaft, as the engine of a helicopter. verb (used without object), revolved, revolving. 1. to move in a circular or curving course or orbit: The earth revolves around the sun. 2. to […]
noun 1. a charge plan offerring revolving credit.
noun 1. credit automatically available up to a predetermined limit while payments are periodically made. Compare credit line (def 2). revolving credit noun 1. a letter of credit for a fixed sum, specifying that the beneficiary may make repeated use of the credit provided that the fixed sum is never exceeded