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See also: Rev, řev, rev., Rev., and rèv

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EnglishEdit

PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Abbreviation of revolutions, rpm

VerbEdit

rev (third-person singular simple present revs, present participle revving, simple past and past participle revved)

  1. To increase the speed of a motor, or to operate at a higher speed.
    He revved the engine in a rather macho style.
    You could hear the engines revving from a mile away.
    • 2017 August 20, “The Observer view on the attacks in Spain”, in The Observer[1]:
      It is impossible to see inside the mind of a killer. What was he thinking, the young man who sat at the wheel of the white van at the top of Las Ramblas and purposefully revved the engine? What warped ideology, what distorted belief system, what bitter life experience had brought him to this fateful tipping point?
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Etymology 2Edit

Abbreviation of revolution

NounEdit

rev (plural revs)

  1. revolution

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

rev (plural revs)

  1. Abbreviation of reverend.

AnagramsEdit


KurdishEdit

PronunciationEdit

NounEdit

rev f

  1. run
  2. escape

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Norwegian BokmålEdit

 
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rev (1)

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse refr, from Proto-Germanic *rebaz.

NounEdit

rev m (definite singular reven, indefinite plural rever, definite plural revene)

  1. a fox (also used figuratively)
  2. (slang) marijuana
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Etymology 2Edit

 
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From Old Norse rif

NounEdit

rev n (definite singular revet, indefinite plural rev, definite plural reva or revene)

  1. a reef (ridge of rock or coral in the sea)
  2. a reef (nautical) (in a sail)
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Etymology 3Edit

Alternative formsEdit

VerbEdit

rev

  1. imperative of reve
  2. simple past of rive

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

 
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PronunciationEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From Old Norse refr, from Proto-Germanic *rebaz.

NounEdit

rev m (definite singular reven, indefinite plural revar, definite plural revane)

  1. a fox (also used figuratively)
    • 1856, Ivar Aasen, Norske Ordsprog:
      Dan fatige fangar Reven; dan rike fær Skinnet.
      The poor man catches the fox; the rich man gets its hide.
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Etymology 2Edit

From Old Norse rif

NounEdit

rev n (definite singular revet, indefinite plural rev, definite plural reva)

  1. a reef (ridge of rock or coral in the sea)
  2. a reef (nautical) (in a sail)
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SwedishEdit

NounEdit

rev c or n

  1. a fishing line c
  2. a reef; rocks close to the water surface. n

DeclensionEdit

Declension of rev 1
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative rev reven revar revarna
Genitive revs revens revars revarnas
Declension of rev 
Singular Plural
Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Nominative rev revet rev reven
Genitive revs revets revs revens

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VerbEdit

rev

  1. past tense of riva.