Synonyms of 'revolve'
to be centred or focused uponHer life has revolved around tennis.
to move or cause to move around a centreThe satellite revolves around the earth.
to move or cause to move around a centreThe entire circle revolved slowly.
to consider or be consideredHe revolved the new notion dizzily in his mind.
Consider how much you can afford to pay.
I invite every citizen to carefully study the document.
I reflected on the child's future.
The jury deliberated for two hours before returning with the verdict.
He didn't waste time pondering the question.
turn over (in your mind),
I was meditating, and reached a higher state of consciousness.
mull over, ,
She had been mulling over the idea of making a movie.
I had time to ruminate as I drove along.
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in the sense of circle
to enclose in a circleThis is the ring road that circles the city.
in the sense of deliberate
to consider (something) deeplyThe jury deliberated for two hours before returning with the verdict.
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