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rotate

(rō-tāt) [L. rotare, to turn]
To twist or revolve.

rotate

(of a corolla of a flower) having petals at right-angles to the axis forming a wheel shape.
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The function of the rotatable outer shell is used to form narrow orbicular channels, as shown in Fig.
In Language on Vacation (Scribners, 1965), Dmitri Borgmann listed long words which might be formed from rotatable u.
Though Gates did not discuss portable gaming during his address, one Korean company, Impactra, was showing off a palmtop device before the speech that would play Windows Media video on a rotatable screen, and an Impactra executive said the company was working with Microsoft on incorporating cellular telephony and wireless, Xbox-related gaming into the unit.
Orange, Texas, will show its new Rotatable Tuning Feedblock for the first time.
Electronics are mounted safely overhead in a rotatable enclosure for convenient operation and service.
The pump is a compact, high-power density unit using the parallel axial piston/slipper concept with a rotatable swash plate.
Simple to operate, the panel is fully rotatable and tiltable to suit the operator's needs.
Each of the bays includes a rotatable drive shaft mounted to the frame assembly and a plurality of elongated, flexible, laterally spaced slings having a first end and a second end.
5 mm stainless steel disposable blades mounted on 5-cm-long shafts that attach to an 11 cm, reusable, fully rotatable manual handpiece.
Gallery and atelier are separated by five similar rotatable flaps which allow different degrees of inter-penetration between the two.
At a recent trade show, MetaCreations was using the program and scans of a handful of postcards of a famed Italian plaza and clock tower to create a rotatable 3-D re-creation of the site on screen.
Designed for power and ease of use, Spin Wizard is a rotatable, three-dimensional carousel of icon buttons and hot keys that will launch applications, open files, and perform all other functions within Windows.