Revolve

• (v. i.) To return; to pass. • (v. i.) To move in a curved path round a center; as, the planets revolve round the sun. • (v. i.) To pass in cycles; as, the centuries revolve. • (v. t.) Hence, to turn over and over in the mind; to reflect repeatedly upon; to consider all aspects of. • (v. t.) To cause to turn, as on an axis...
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Revolve

Re·volve' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Revolved; present participle & verbal noun Revolving .] [ Latin revolvere , revolutum ; prefix re- re- + volvere to roll, turn round. See Voluble...
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Revolve

Re·volve' transitive verb 1. To cause to turn, as on an axis. « Then in the east her turn she shines, Revolved on heaven's great axile.» Milton. 2. Hence, to turn over and over in the mind; to reflect repeatedly upon; to consider all aspects of. « Th...
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Revolve

A stage or, more usually, part of a stage (usually circular), which can revolve through 360 degrees. The most famous, to older UK TV watchers, is the revolve which was used at the end of the TV show Sunday Night at the London Palladium.
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Revolve

A stage or, more usually, part of a stage, which can revolve through 360 degrees. The most famous, to older UK TV watchers, is the revolve which was used at the end of the TV show Sunday Night at the London Palladium.
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Revolve

Circular table forming a permanent part of the stage floor or standing upon it, on which scenery can be set for quick changing of scene or for creating various effects. Sometimes the revolve is formed of two or three rings and a centre, capable of independent or simultaneous movement, differing speeds and opposite directions. It can be turned throu...
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Revolve

When something is moving in a circle around another object, such as the way the Moon Circles the Earth, it is said to revolve around that object.
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revolve

[v] - turn on or around an axis or a center
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