• (verb): Cause to turn on an axis or center.
    Example: "Rotate the handle"
    Synonyms: circumvolve
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on rotate:

British Infantry - Deployments
... Land Warfare Centre demonstration battalion role will rotate between 3 YORKS at Warminster, and 1 RRF and 2 R WELSH at Tidworth ... Guards battalions on public duties in London/Windsor (1 COLDM GDS, 1 WG) will rotate with light role battalions in Aldershot (1 GREN GDS, 1 IG) every 2–3 years. 5 SCOTS, 1 R IRISH and 2 RGR will rotate between 16 Air Assault Brigade and 52 Infantry Brigade ...
Comparison Of Image Viewers - General Information
... Resize, crop, rotate, flip, JPEG lossless rotate/mirror, adjust exposure and colors etc ... Adobe Bridge Thumbnails, slideshow, filmstrip, preview, versions with alternates Stand Alone rotate, rename, delete, move, copy, batch rename, add/Edit Metadata, camera raw image adjustments (crop, resize ... Rotate, flip, save as, used for reading manga ...
Channel 10 (album) - Singles - Rotate
... "Rotate" was the lead single and the second released from Channel 10 ... It is produced by Ron Browz and features Ron Browz Busta Rhymes ...
PDP-11 Architecture - Instruction Set - Single-operand Instructions
6 0 ... B 1 ... Opcode Mode Register Opcode Mnemonic Effect 0003 SWAB Swap bytes rotate 8 bits 004r (Jump to subroutine) 104x (Emulator trap) 0050 CLR Clear dest = 1050 ... CLRB 0051 COM ...
Nollie - Variations
... Nollie 180 A nollie whereby the skateboarder and the skateboard rotate 180-degrees after leaving the ground ... Both the skateboarder and the skateboard rotate in the same direction, and frontside and backside variations can be performed ... the skateboarder and the skateboard rotate 360-degrees after leaving the ground ...

More definitions of "rotate":

  • (verb): Perform a job or duty on a rotating basis.
    Example: "Interns have to rotate for a few months"
  • (verb): Plant or grow in a fixed cyclic order of succession.
    Example: "We rotate the crops so as to maximize the use of the soil"
  • (verb): Turn outward.
    Example: "Ballet dancers can rotate their legs out by 90 degrees"
    Synonyms: turn out, splay, spread out
  • (verb): Exchange on a regular basis.
    Example: "We rotate the lead soprano every night"