revolver

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re·volv·er

 (rĭ-vŏl′vər)
n.
1. A handgun having a revolving cylinder with several cartridge chambers that may be fired in succession.
2. One that revolves, as a part of a mechanism.
3. A revolving credit agreement.

revolver

(rɪˈvɒlvə)
n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) a pistol having a revolving multichambered cylinder that allows several shots to be discharged without reloading

re•volv•er

(rɪˈvɒl vər)

n.
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.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.revolver - a pistol with a revolving cylinder (usually having six chambers for bullets)revolver - a pistol with a revolving cylinder (usually having six chambers for bullets)
Colt - a kind of revolver
handgun, pistol, shooting iron, side arm - a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
2.revolver - a door consisting of four orthogonal partitions that rotate about a central pivot; a door designed to equalize the air pressure in tall buildings
door - a swinging or sliding barrier that will close the entrance to a room or building or vehicle; "he knocked on the door"; "he slammed the door as he left"
Translations
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リボルバー
회전식 연발 권총
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ปืนพกลูกโม่
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súng lục

revolver

[rɪˈvɒlvəʳ] Nrevólver m

revolver

[rɪˈvɒlvər] n (= gun) → revolver m

revolver

nRevolver m

revolver

[rɪˈvɒlvəʳ] nrivoltella

revolve

(rəˈvolv) verb
to move, roll or turn (in a complete circle) around a central point, axis etc. A wheel revolves on its axle; This disc can be revolved; The Moon revolves (a)round the Earth; The Earth revolves about the Sun and also revolves on its axis.
reˈvolver noun
a type of pistol. She shot him with a revolver.
reˈvolving adjective
revolving doors.

revolver

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References in classic literature ?
The scabs and their protectors made a stand, drawing revolvers.
Come out of the water and take these revolvers, and talk.
When you get that sentence you mentioned," she said coldly, "you will have time to meditate upon what a fool you have been, taking other persons' property and threatening women with revolvers.
We are absolutely in your power, but you'll treat Professor Porter and Miss Porter with respect or I'll break that vile neck of yours with my bare hands--guns or no guns," and the young fellow stepped so close to the rat-faced sailor that the latter, though he bore two revolvers and a villainous looking knife in his belt, slunk back abashed.
But most astonishing was the quantity of ammunition-cartridges for Lee-Metfords, for Winchesters and Marlins, for revolvers from thirty-two calibre to forty-five, shot- gun cartridges, Joan's two boxes of thirty-eight, cartridges of prodigious bore for the ancient Sniders of Malaita, flasks of black powder, sticks of dynamite, yards of fuse, and boxes of detonators.
In two short weeks over a hundred policemen were shot in the legs by their own revolvers.
I had entirely forgotten the rifle in my hand and the revolvers at my belt; one does not readily syn-chronize his thoughts with the stone age and the twentieth century simultaneously.
The crew of the Cowrie rushed above armed with revolvers, cutlasses, and the long knives that many of them habitually wore; but the alarm had come too late.
As he was going out, he met Passepartout, who asked him if it would not be well, before taking the train, to purchase some dozens of Enfield rifles and Colt's revolvers.
For two minutes, his head bent forward with an expression of an intense effort of thought, he stood with the revolver in his hand, motionless, thinking.
After a deal of work among the Greek fishermen of the Upper Bay and rivers, where knives flashed at the beginning of trouble and men permitted themselves to be made prisoners only after a revolver was thrust in their faces, we hailed with delight an expedition to the Lower Bay against the Chinese shrimp-catchers.
Pulling on his boots and buckling his cartridge belt and revolver about his hips he stepped to the flap of his tent and looked out.