[ UK /ɹɪvˈɜːt/ ]
[ US /ɹiˈvɝt, ɹɪˈvɝt/ ]
  1. undergo reversion, as in a mutation
  2. go back to a previous state
    We reverted to the old rules
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How To Use revert In A Sentence

  • Jackson said her boss became increasingly depressed and reverted to smoking heavily.
  • When the lease ends, the property reverts to the freeholder.
  • Employees who opt for the scheme will be expected to revert to their former employment contract once their children reach 14.
  • She tells me she is just back from the hairdresser and the coiffure will revert to ragged ringlets as soon as it hits rain.
  • I asked as I reverted my gaze to the burly man at the wheel.
  • Apparently he didn't appreciate my efforts because suddenly he jumped to his feet and reverted back to his blockhead ways.
  • After the settlers left, the area reverted to desert.
  • Therefore, George advocated allowing landowners to keep a small percentage of the land rent, mainly to avoid the prospect of having all unimproved land revert to the commons.
  • The high pure water system is mainly used for photoelectricity industry and electronic, such as optics resin piece, glasses, precise revertex products ultrasonic cleaning water.
  • Under the original scheme, title reverted to the Spanish Crown upon the death of the ecomendero (estate owner), but in time heirs were allowed retain rights by inheritance. Mexico's Colonial Era - Part 2
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