There are 2 main translations of rev in Spanish

: rev1Rev2

rev1

revolución, n.

Pronunciation /rɛv//rɛv/

noun

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    revolución feminine
    • ‘It's go time,’ I thought to myself, as I downshifted back down to fourth gear, matched my revs and punched the throttle.
    • However, engine noise becomes prominent at higher revs.
    • The 5-cylinder/large displacement design was put in place to provide high torque from low engine revs.
    • Equally, there are no very slow corners which see the engine operating at very low revs, meaning the rev range required is also within our normal limits.
    • It responds to high revs and comes alive as the red rev counter homes in on the 8,000 rpm redline.
    • With the serious power and torque further up the rev range, driving the car at lower revs is very easy and not likely to unnerve newcomers to the marque.
    • As a general rule, we have been reducing maximum revs by 1,000 rpm for free practice on Friday.
    • All in all the Magnum features integrated aerodynamics, the engine with high torque from low revs, with good fuel consumption.
    • Unless your are driving at high revs, using a good quality paper air filter allows enough flow, but switch to an easier breathing filter if you like to wind up the motor frequently, as that's when it's gasping for air.
    • This gives a maximum power output of 110 horsepower generated at 5,800 revs.
    • We're going with lower engine revs - 10,300 rather than 10,700.
    • The rev counter sits in front of the driver, on the steering column.
    • The fuel injection, despite some hunting at low revs, is smooth and predictable, with no drivetrain snatch.
    • Do you have specific targets to achieve for the start of next year, in terms of horsepower and revs?
    • Careful drivers put wear and tear on their cars and their backs while driving at higher revs in a lower gear, thereby inflicting more noise and pollution on local residents.
    • Thanks to the turbo-charger, progress in the higher gears is equally swift, provided revs are at or above 1,500 rpm.
    • The flight was 25 miles in total and my ground speed was 60 mph with the bar in and about 6,000 revs on the tach.
    • Anytime day and particularly night you will hear a Fireblade or the like screaming to maximum revs between gears as some young stud guns it in an endeavour to impress some local beauty and his mates with his prowess in riding.
    • A petrol engine will spin happily, in some cases to 8,000 or 9,000 revs per minute.
    • It also does 320 kph by the time you run out of revs in 6th gear!

There are 2 main translations of rev in Spanish

: rev1Rev2

Rev2

Rvdo., n.

noun

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    Rvdo.
    Rdo.

    Reverend


transitive verb

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    (car/engine) (sin desplazarse) acelerar
    • He replied by revving the engine and pushing them past the speed limit.
    • A gaggle of brawny bikers revs their choppers out front.
    • She expected him to follow, but then she heard the engine to his car being revved up, he then turned the vehicle and drove away in an alarmingly high speed.
    • Revving up your metabolism requires both heavy weight and a fast pace.
    • To get some tire-spinning momentum at the start, the engine had to be revved up and the clutch pedal banged out.
    • I wrenched my eyes away from the disgustingly happy couple, hopped in my car, revved the engine and sped away.
    • Jake revved his bike and popped a wheelie and zoomed between several cars.
    • Drop into gear, rev the motor and release the clutch.
    • There was a moment where we all just revved the motors.
    • He was out there starting each vehicle and revving the engines, letting them idle.
    • Having an auto obviously means you can't rev the engine, drop the clutch and set off with tyres squealing as you try for maximum acceleration off the line.
    • The flashing orange lights of the recovery vehicle beam into my room as the mechanic continually revs the failing engine.
    • Increasing your activity will rev up your metabolism so you can burn more calories.
    • Or do you think your neighbor would rev up her chainsaw just to shut you up?
    • Then there's us, the young drivers who love driving — some of course are bad, drive too fast, rev the engine annoyingly and drive recklessly.
    • He revved the bike and took off in the direction of the statue.
    • MC for the night, Dean Gorry revved up the crowd with his lightening wit.
    • Off-stage event sketching will continue to rev up the young crowd.
    • Counsel Barbara McLernon said she felt people would be more tolerant if wagon drivers moderated their speed and stopped revving their vehicles.
    • One of our favorite stories is when we were getting onto Sunrise Highway late one evening and a Camaro rolled up next to us and started revving his engine, well you can imagine the rest.

intransitive verb

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    I could hear the car revving outside oía como aceleraban el coche afuera
    • Soon she heard the ferocious sound of an engine revving up across the way.
    • The Green Machine's engine was revving even before kick-off as table-topping Melrose made the short trip down to Hawick.
    • From the darkened bar from which I dictate this missive, I can hear the starter engines revving up!
    • Putting up his laptop, he hopped back on the bike and revved off.
    • My father likes to tell the story of how on Saturday mornings you could find Bryan kicking a ball against the garage door, revving up his competitive engine as he waited for his ride to the game.
    • Sales engines are revving up at the major brewers in reaction to the poll.
    • The engines began revving up again ten minutes later.
    • The driver dumped my skis in the dark and revved off to California.
    • As NASCAR's network partners prepare for the upcoming season, Turner Sports is revving up for its role as the producer of the motor sport's Web site.
    • And the Democratic base was as revved up as it possibly could have been this year.
    • Other engines are revving up, including capital spending, inventory building, and exports.
    • Jeremy put his hand on the pad and the car revved to life.
    • Meanwhile, motoring fans were revved up for action when they lined the streets of Castleisland.
    • Motors revving, we lined up to take turns cruising at cautious speeds across the practice area, which was basically a blanket of dirt.
    • The youngsters are revving up the engines of Polaris snowmobiles retrofitted with wheels, anticipating a race to third base.
    • The sound effects of the car's engines revving up and down is okay, but doesn't provide the high-decibel wow it could.
    • The car revved and we went soaring down the street.
    • The enormous crowd around the enclosure was screaming cheerily, the car engines were revving up and the propane was spitting menacing proportions of heat.
    • Once the school year revved up again, though, you both got way busy.
    • As he left the pub, the victim heard the sound of car engines revving up, causing excessive noise.