Revert

• (v. i.) To return to the proprietor after the termination of a particular estate granted by him. • (v. t.) To change back. See Revert, v. i. • (v. i.) To change back, as from a soluble to an insoluble state or the reverse; thus, phosphoric acid in certain fertilizers reverts. • (v. i.) To return; to come back. • (n.) One ...
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revert

1. To turn back, or to the contrary; to reverse. 'Till happy chance revert the cruel scence.' (Prior) 'The tumbling stream . . . Reverted, plays in undulating flow.' (Thomson) ... 2. To throw back; to reflect; to reverberate. ... 3. <chemistry> To change back. ... <mathematics> See Revert, To revert a series, to treat a series, as y = a...
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Revert

Re·vert' intransitive verb 1. To return; to come back. « So that my arrows Would have reverted to my bow again.» Shak. 2. (Law) To return to the proprietor after the termination of a particular estate granted by him. 3. (Biol.) To re...
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Revert

Re·vert' noun One who, or that which, reverts. « An active promoter in making the East Saxons converts, or rather reverts , to the faith.» Fuller.
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Revert

Re·vert' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Reverted ; present participle & verbal noun Reverting .] [ Latin revertere , reversum ; prefix re- re- + vertere to turn: confer Old French reverti...
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revert

for a specific type of polarized relay, release/reset again, or remain in the release condition, when supplied with an energizing quantity in excess of that required for operation and of the same polarity as required for operation
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Revert

Recycled sprues, gates, risers, defective castings and machine chips.
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Revert

Sometimes a particular cultivar might change back to one of its original species. I.e. Variegation going to solid green, some doubles going to single.
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revert

[v] - go back to a previous state 2. [v] - undergo reversion, as in a mutation
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