revolve englannista suomeksi
To cause (something) to turn around a central point. (defdate)
To orbit a central point (especially of a celestial body). (defdate)
To rotate around an axis. (defdate)
To move in order or sequence. (defdate)
*1748, (w), ''Clarissa'', Letter 82:
- These are the difficulties which arise to me on revolving this scheme ….
1843, (w), ''and Present (book)|Past and Present'', Bk.2, Ch.6, ''Monk Samson'':
- He sits silent, revolving many thoughts, at the foot of St. Edmund’s Shrine.
*1671, (w), ''Paradise Regain'd'':
- This having heard, strait I again revolv’d / The Law and Prophets.
The rotating section itself.
2003, Gary Philip Cohen, ''The Community Theater Handbook'' (page 134)
- (..) a revolving stage, two-level platforms stage left and stage right, and a large bridge that connected the platforms midstage, twelve feet up off the revolve.
A radical change; revolution.
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