Rev meaning

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To accelerate in quantity or activity.
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A revolution, as of a motor.
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To make livelier or more productive.

Revving ourselves up for the game; efforts to rev the economy.

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To operate at an increased speed.

Heard the motors revving.

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Revenue.
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Reverend.
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Reverse.
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(bible) Revelation.
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A revolution, as of the crankshaft of an engine.
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To increase the revolutions per minute of (an engine, motor, etc.)
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To accelerate, intensify, etc.
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To undergo revving.
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Revenue.
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Reverse.
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Review(ed)
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Revise(d)
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Revision.
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Revolution.
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Revolving.
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(bible) Revelation.
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Reverend.
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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.

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Alternative form of Rev..
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Origin of rev