|Origin:||revolvere 'to roll back, cause to return', from volvere 'to roll'|
re‧volve [intransitive and transitive]
The wheel began to revolve.
The restaurant slowly revolves, giving excellent views of the city.
Using graphics software, you can revolve the image on the screen.
revolve around somebody/somethingphrasal verb
1 [not in progressive]
to have something as a main subject or purpose:
Jane's life revolves around her children.
The argument revolved around costs.
She seems to think that the world revolves around her (=that she is the only important person).
to move in circles around something:
The moon revolves around the Earth.