revolving

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re·volve

 (rĭ-vŏlv′)
v. re·volved, re·volv·ing, re·volves
v.intr.
1. To orbit a central point: The planets revolve around the sun.
2. To turn on an axis; rotate. See Synonyms at turn.
3. To be arranged as revolving credit: His credit line revolves.
4. To be centered: Their troubles revolve around money management.
v.tr.
1. To cause to revolve.
2. To ponder or reflect on: revolved the matter in his mind.

[Middle English revolven, to change direction, from Old French revolver, to reflect upon, from Latin revolvere, to turn over, roll back, reflect upon : re-, re- + volvere, to roll; see wel- in Indo-European roots.]

re·volv′a·ble adj.

revolving

(rɪˈvɒlvɪŋ)
adj
1. moving around a central axis: revolving door.
2. (Commerce) (of a fund) constantly added to from income from its investments to offset outgoing payments
3. (Commerce) (of a letter of credit, load, etc) available to be repeatedly drawn on by the beneficiary provided that a specified amount is never exceeded
reˈvolvingly adv
Translations
دَوّار
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snúnings-
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dönen

revolving

[rɪˈvɒlvɪŋ]
A. ADJ [bookcase, stand etc] → giratorio
B. CPD revolving credit Ncrédito m rotativo
revolving door Npuerta f giratoria
the revolving door of the justice system (fig) → el círculo vicioso del sistema judicial
the revolving door of senior executives (fig) → los constantes vaivenes laborales de los altos ejecutivos, el baile de nombres constante entre los altos ejecutivos
revolving presidency Npresidencia f rotativa
revolving stage N (Theat) → escena f giratoria

revolving

[rɪˈvɒlvɪŋ] adj
[chair] → pivotant(e)
[light] → tournant(e)revolving door nporte f tambour, tambour m

revolving

in cpdsDreh-;
revolving chair
nDrehstuhl m
revolving credit
nrevolvierender Kredit
revolving door
n
Drehtür f
(fig) a revolving of highly paid executivesdas Personalkarussell bei hoch dotierten Führungsposten; the revolving between government and the private sectordas Hin und Her zwischen Regierung und privatem Sektor; the revolving of the justice systemder Drehtüreffekt in der Rechtsprechung
revolving light
nRundumleuchte f
revolving pencil
revolving restaurant
nDrehrestaurant nt
revolving stage
nDrehbühne f

revolving

[rɪˈvɒlvɪŋ] adjgirevole
revolving light (on police car) → lampeggiatore m

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.
References in classic literature ?
For so revolvingly appalling was the White Whale's aspect, and so planetarily swift the ever-contracting circles he made, that he seemed horizontally swooping upon them.
The loan is intended for borrowers with more specific and clear purposes, can be secured by different guarantee options, easy to apply, loan amount can be used revolvingly.