Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Rotate"

The meaning of "Rotate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does rotate through mean?
A:
No problem!

For example:

If there was a screw or bolt, you would have to twist or rotate it so it can go through the object.

"Screws can be used on drills to rotate through an object so it fits."


Rotate through is a type of verb or action

Example sentences using "Rotate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with rotate.
A: @guu- minatoさん こにちわ、rotate. The earth rotate around the sun. The wheel rotation helps to rotate the car....

Synonyms of "Rotate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between rotate and revolve ?
A: Rotate - to move in a circle, to turn.
Also can mean to take turns in order, to move around.

The nurses rotate shifts so that each one has a turn working in the morning.

You should rotate your tires to prevent uneven wear and tear.

Rotate the produce to out the oldest in the front and the newest to the back.

Revolve - meaning to move in a circular orbit around another object.
As in, the earth revovles around the sun.

Also, focus on or be centered around.

another example:
Her life revolves around her children.

The students lives revolve around schoolwork.
Q: What is the difference between rotate and revolve ?
A: Rotate is to move something from side to side without changing place, for example turning around is considered rotating. Revolving is different, revolving means something moving AROUND another object. For example, the planets revolve around the sun.
Q: What is the difference between rotate and flip ?
A: Flipping is usually a 180 degree rotation, rotate can mean any degree amount.
Q: What is the difference between rotate and turn and spin ?
A: @RenaSuzu: almost! Some little differences but almost the same, yes!

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