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A closed path through which an electric current flows or may flow. &diamf3; Circuits in which a power source is connected to two or more components (such as light bulbs, or logic gates in a computer circuit), one after the other, are called series circuits. If the circuit is broken, none of the components receives a current. Circuits in which a power source is directly connected to two or more components are called parallel circuits. If a break occurs in the circuit, only the component along whose path the break occurs stops receiving a current.
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  1. A closed path through which an electric current flows or may flow. &diamf3; Circuits in which a power source is connected to two or more components (such as light bulbs, or logic gates in a computer circuit), one after the other, are called series circuits. If the circuit is broken, none of the components receives a current. Circuits in which a power source is directly connected to two or more components are called parallel circuits. If a break occurs in the circuit, only the component along whose path the break occurs stops receiving a current.
  2. A path or route the complete traversal of which without local change of direction requires returning to the starting point.
  3. A group of nightclubs, resorts, etc. at which entertainers appear in turn
​The act of moving in a circle, or in a course which brings the moving body to the place where its motion began.
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  1. ​The act of moving in a circle, or in a course which brings the moving body to the place where its motion began.
  2. The act of moving around in a complete circuit; specif., the movement of blood out of and back to the heart through the arteries and veins
  3. ​The movement of the blood in the blood-vascular system, by which it is brought into close relations with almost every living elementary constituent. Also the movement of the sap in the vessels and tissues of plants.
A fold, twist, or spiral
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  1. A fold, twist, or spiral
  2. The act of rolling or turning around a center or axis
  3. A circuitous course or form
The act of gyrating; circular or spiral motion
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  1. The act of gyrating; circular or spiral motion
  2. One of the whorls of a spiral univalve shell.
  3. The act of turning or whirling, as around a fixed center; a circular or spiral motion; motion about an axis; rotation; revolution.
Regular and uniform variation in a sequence or series:
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  1. Regular and uniform variation in a sequence or series:
  2. A single complete cycle of such motion.
  3. The act or process of turning around a center or an axis:
A change or reversal of course or direction
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  1. A change or reversal of course or direction
  2. A momentary shock or scare:
  3. A distinctive, graceful, or artistic expression or arrangement of words:
A solid disk or a rigid circular ring connected by spokes to a hub, designed to turn around an axle passed through the center.
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  1. A solid disk or a rigid circular ring connected by spokes to a hub, designed to turn around an axle passed through the center.
  2. A military maneuver executed in order to change the direction of movement of a formation, as of troops or ships, in which the formation is maintained while the outer unit describes an arc and the inner or center unit remains stationary as a pivot.
  3. A turning about; circular, rotating, or revolving movement; specif., a turning movement as of troops or ships in line, with one end of the line as the pivot; also, any pivoting movement like this, as of dancers
A state of confusion; a tumult:
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  1. A state of confusion; a tumult:
  2. A round of parties, etc., one after another
  3. (Informal) A brief or experimental try:
The action or an instance of rebellion; an insurrection.
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  1. The action or an instance of rebellion; an insurrection.
  2. A rising in revolt; uprising; insurrection
  3. An uprising or rebellion; an insurrection
The quality, state, or fact of being insurgent
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  1. The quality, state, or fact of being insurgent
  2. Rebellion; revolt; the state of being insurgent
  3. An instance of rebellion; an insurgence.
The act or an instance of open revolt against civil authority or a constituted government.
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  1. The act or an instance of open revolt against civil authority or a constituted government.
  2. A rising up against established authority; rebellion; revolt
Revolt against and, often, forcible resistance to constituted authority; esp., rebellion of soldiers or sailors against their officers
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  1. Revolt against and, often, forcible resistance to constituted authority; esp., rebellion of soldiers or sailors against their officers
  2. Open rebellion against constituted authority, especially rebellion of sailors against superior officers.
An act or state of armed resistance to one's government
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  1. An act or state of armed resistance to one's government
  2. Defiance toward an authority or established convention:
  3. (Countable) An organized, forceful subversion of the law of the land in an attempt to replace it with another form of government.
Any refusal to submit to or accept authority, custom, etc.
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  1. Any refusal to submit to or accept authority, custom, etc.
  2. An uprising, especially against state authority; a rebellion.
  3. A rising up against the government; rebellion; insurrection
Conduct or language inciting rebellion against the authority of a state.
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  1. Conduct or language inciting rebellion against the authority of a state.
  2. The stirring up of discontent, resistance, or rebellion against the government in power
  3. (Archaic) Revolt or rebellion
The act or an instance of rising or rising up.
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  1. The act or an instance of rising or rising up.
  2. A popular revolt against a government or its policies; a rebellion.
  3. The action of rising up; specif., an outbreak against a government; revolt
A violent upheaval that causes great destruction or brings about a fundamental change.
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  1. A violent upheaval that causes great destruction or brings about a fundamental change.
  2. A devastating flood.
  3. A violent and sudden change in the earth's crust.
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  1. Violent turmoil.
  2. Violent turmoil:
  3. Any violent disturbance, as a social upheaval or an earthquake
  1. A sudden violent upset, disruption or convulsion
  2. A sudden, violent change
  3. The process of being heaved upward, especially the raising of part of the earth's crust
Find another word for revolution. In this page you can discover 23 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for revolution, like: circuit, circulation, circumvolution, gyration, rotation, turn, wheel, whirl, insurgence, insurgency and insurrection.