revolutionise


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revolutionise


Past participle: revolutionised
Gerund: revolutionising

Imperative
revolutionise
revolutionise
Present
I revolutionise
you revolutionise
he/she/it revolutionises
we revolutionise
you revolutionise
they revolutionise
Preterite
I revolutionised
you revolutionised
he/she/it revolutionised
we revolutionised
you revolutionised
they revolutionised
Present Continuous
I am revolutionising
you are revolutionising
he/she/it is revolutionising
we are revolutionising
you are revolutionising
they are revolutionising
Present Perfect
I have revolutionised
you have revolutionised
he/she/it has revolutionised
we have revolutionised
you have revolutionised
they have revolutionised
Past Continuous
I was revolutionising
you were revolutionising
he/she/it was revolutionising
we were revolutionising
you were revolutionising
they were revolutionising
Past Perfect
I had revolutionised
you had revolutionised
he/she/it had revolutionised
we had revolutionised
you had revolutionised
they had revolutionised
Future
I will revolutionise
you will revolutionise
he/she/it will revolutionise
we will revolutionise
you will revolutionise
they will revolutionise
Future Perfect
I will have revolutionised
you will have revolutionised
he/she/it will have revolutionised
we will have revolutionised
you will have revolutionised
they will have revolutionised
Future Continuous
I will be revolutionising
you will be revolutionising
he/she/it will be revolutionising
we will be revolutionising
you will be revolutionising
they will be revolutionising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been revolutionising
you have been revolutionising
he/she/it has been revolutionising
we have been revolutionising
you have been revolutionising
they have been revolutionising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been revolutionising
you will have been revolutionising
he/she/it will have been revolutionising
we will have been revolutionising
you will have been revolutionising
they will have been revolutionising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been revolutionising
you had been revolutionising
he/she/it had been revolutionising
we had been revolutionising
you had been revolutionising
they had been revolutionising
Conditional
I would revolutionise
you would revolutionise
he/she/it would revolutionise
we would revolutionise
you would revolutionise
they would revolutionise
Past Conditional
I would have revolutionised
you would have revolutionised
he/she/it would have revolutionised
we would have revolutionised
you would have revolutionised
they would have revolutionised
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.revolutionise - fill with revolutionary ideas
indoctrinate - teach doctrines to; teach uncritically; "The Moonies indoctrinate their disciples"
2.revolutionise - change radically; "E-mail revolutionized communication in academe"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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Translations
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revolution

(revəˈluːʃən) noun
1. (the act of making) a successful, violent attempt to change or remove a government etc. the American Revolution.
2. a complete change in ideas, methods etc. There's been a complete revolution in the way things are done in this office.
3. a complete circle or turn round a central point, axis etc (eg as made by a record turning on a record-player, or the Earth moving on its axis or round the Sun).
ˌrevoˈlutionary adjective
1. involving or causing great changes in ideas, methods etc. a revolutionary new process for making paper.
2. of a revolution against a government etc. revolutionary activities.
nounplural revoˈlutionaries
a person who takes part in, or is in favour of, (a) revolution.
ˌrevoˈlutionize, ˌrevoˈlutionise verb
to cause great changes in (ideas, methods etc). This new machinery will revolutionize the paper-making industry.
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