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View definitions for rotate

rotate

verb as in go around in circle

verb as in alternate

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He rotated in for fellow Serb Filip Krajinovic in the second set, later crediting his return to the cheering crowd.

All of them allow players to rotate the barrel and adjust the position of that ridge.

Being able to rotate your collection as you rotate through seasonal colors is a slick, stylish option for organization.

Allowing for dynamic keyword inclusion and rotating ad copy narratives is just the beginning of fully automated contextual success.

Google Adwords rotates ads automatically within the ad group and displays, more often, the better-performing one.

According to his suit, Carleton would rotate four new boys into his home every semester.

In an airline seat, the hips and pelvis rotate forward and the S curve flattens.

As the panels rotate to track the sun, they produce more than enough power to move skiiers up the mountain.

Rotate those chairs, and senators might rotate back to their states earlier than usual.

Each facility has a Rabbi, though some of the smaller ones have traveling Rabbis that rotate from joint to joint.

We must add that this vast world, like the Sun, does not rotate all in one period.

The most curious fact is that these satellites do not rotate like those of the other planets.

It would rotate for hours like on a spit—almost no friction.

The ortho molecules rotate with odd rotational quantum numbers, while the para molecules rotate with even quantum numbers.

It is only necessary to rotate the desired jet into position in order to connect it with both gas and air supplies.

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On this page you'll find 63 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rotate, such as: pivot, revolve, spin, swivel, twirl, and twist.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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