Examples of revert in a Sentence
after the national emergency had passed, the political parties abandoned their shotgun unity and reverted to their partisan squabbling
Recent Examples of revert from the Web
As of Wednesday, Google can revert to its old practice of scraping content from third-party sites like Yelp and using it on their own search results pages.
If there is no agreement, the city and Tufton will revert to the 2002 license agreement for the stadium, under which the city manages non-baseball events.
In an August memorandum, Trump gave the military until March 2018 to revert to a policy prohibiting openly transgender individuals from joining the military and authorizing their discharge.
Then it is scheduled to revert to 10 percent for everyone, said Tara Straw, a senior policy analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a nonpartisan research institute in Washington, D.C.
Showers had no issues reverting back to quarterback and doing his best Wilson impression.
Rosenthal ordered Pasadena to revert in this year's election to a previous plan in which all eight council members were elected from districts.
British roofs devolved from tile to thatch — perishable, flammable, insect-infested — and their floors reverted to plain earth.
The jackpot reverts to $40 million for Saturday's drawing.
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Origin and Etymology of revert
REVERT Defined for Kids
Word Root of revert
legal Definition of revert
- if the donee of a general power fails to exercise it…the appointive assets revert to the donor's estate
- —W. M. McGovern, Jr. et al.
revertibleplay \-ˈvər-tə-bəl\ adjective
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