move or turn in a circle around a central point
cause to move or turn in a circle around a central point
turn over in the mind; think about all sides of a problem, etc.
"The Earth revolves around the Sun"
"The lamb roast rotates on a spit over the fire"
"The moon orbits around the Earth"
"The planets are orbiting the sun"
"electrons orbit the nucleus"
"She rolled the ball"
"They rolled their eyes at his words"
He had often revolved these questions in his mind.
出自： V. Woolf
The earth revolves about the axis which joins the North and South Poles.
The South and North Pole are the two points at opposite ends of the earth, about which it revolves.
The moon revolves around the earth.
Copernicus reasoned that the earth revolved around the sun.
It takes approximately 365 and a quarter days for the earth to revolve around the sun.
地球绕太阳1 周大约需要365 天。
He thinks the whole world revolves around him.
You think the whole world revolves around you.
The trouble with John is that he thinks the world revolves around him.
A baby's life revolves mainly around its mother and father.
The life of the home revolves around the mother.
Her life revolves around her husband and three children.
She thinks the world revolves around her and her schedule.
His whole life revolved around cars.
His world view revolves around a battle between rich and poor.
The discussion revolved around three topics.
The conversation revolved mainly round the problems of childcare.
All sorts of mad ideas revolved around my mind.
Much of a dolphin's life revolves around finding and eating food.
Thus a wheel revolves on its axle.
The earth revolves both round the sun and on its axis.