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rev

 (rĕv) Informal
n.
A revolution, as of a motor.
v. revved, rev·ving, revs
v.tr.
1.
a. To increase the speed of (a motor, for example): revved the engine.
b. To accelerate or increase: orders to rev up factory output.
2. To make livelier or more productive: revving ourselves up for the game; efforts to rev the economy.
v.intr.
1. To operate at an increased speed: heard the motors revving.
2. To accelerate in quantity or activity.

revs

(rɛvz)
pl n
(Automotive Engineering) the revs engine speed, measured in revolutions per minute
Translations
دَوْرَة السَّيّارَه
otáčky
omdrejningstal
fordulatszám
snúningshraîi vélar
otáčky

rev

(rev) past tense, past participle revved – (often rev up) verb
to increase the speed of revolution of (a car engine etc). He revved the engine (up); He was revving up in the yard.
revs noun plural
revolutions (of a car engine etc). thirty revs a second.
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