Verb(1) go back to a previous state(2) undergo reversion, as in a mutation
(1) it is impossible that a fishlike mammal will actually revert to being a true fish(2) in the event of the building ceasing to become a school, ownership would revert to the Church(3) Telephone calls were answered after begging my pardon, but then he would immediately revert to our previous conversation.(4) But at a meeting of the Tone St traders on Monday, July 14 a significant majority voted in favour of reverting to the former traffic system on the street.(5) If, for example, other people come back on to the council and there is an attempt to revert to the previous practices, I will have no hesitation but to move.(6) To revert to the previous comparison, it does not take much imagination to recognise what would happen if the hotter the oven became, the more heat was applied to it.(7) Councils would carry out repairs if required and the property would revert to the owner once the cost of any renovation had been recovered.(8) When they came to an end, the property would revert to Mr Derby, or, if he was dead, would form part of his estate and devolve according to the terms of his will, or by the rules of intestate succession.(9) They do look more like miniature aurochs, but that is because they have not been selectively bred for beef or milk, and cattle that have been left to their own devices will tend to revert to ancestral type.(10) Yezad, on the other hand, gradually reverts to the Parsi religious practice of his ancestors, in spite of his earlier skepticism and to the delight of his devout wife.(11) Early in the twentieth century the word reverted to a noun to describe a family holiday home.(12) The landlord's interest in respect of possession of the property is deferred to that of the tenant until the lease terminates, at which time the property reverts to the landlord.(13) I just go back to this whole issue of reading speeches and express the hope that we might revert to previous Standing Orders, which forbade that practice.(14) Until the changes brought about by the Reverter of Sites Act 1987, reverter was automatic once the triggering event had occurred.(15) Death then is a returning or reverting to the former state - dust - of the ground.(16) Anyway, having thrown out this soiled bath water, let us revert to the words of Paul Celan.
(1) revert to :: динаш ба
1. return ::
2. be returned ::
3. regress ::
1. advance ::
2. develop ::
3. evolve ::
4. progress ::
Different Formsrevert, reverted, revertible, reverting, reverts
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