Increase the running speed of (an engine) or the engine speed of (a vehicle) by pressing the accelerator, esp. while the clutch is disengaged
he got into the car, revved up the engine and drove off
I revved up enthusiastically
(of an engine or vehicle) Operate with increasing speed when the accelerator is pressed, esp. while the clutch is disengaged
he could hear the sound of an engine revving nearby
he's revving up for next week's World Cup game
A revolution of an engine per minute
an engine speed of 1,750 revs
An act of increasing the speed of revolution of a vehicle's engine by pressing the accelerator, esp. while the clutch is disengaged
revolutions per minute: rate of revolution of a motor; "the engine was doing 6000 revs"
rev up: increase the number of rotations per minute; "rev up an engine"
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revolution; To increase the speed of a motor, or to operate at a higher speed; reverend
(Revs) Revolutions – a measurement of the motorbike’s engine speed.
Revs is short for 'revolutions per minute' (or rpm). When an engine's revs are high, the engine is turning quickly - when low, it is turning more slowly. A change of gear affects the revs of an engine, with the higher gears creating lower revs.
as rel, but applying in the reverse direction. Use and development of new rev values are deprecated for microformats.
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Revving-Up. An act of increasing the speed of revolution of a vehicle’s engine by pressing the accelerator, esp. while the clutch is disengaged.
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