re·vert || rɪ'vɜrt /-'vɜːt n. person or thing which returns to a previous condition or belief; reversion, return of property to its owner after the occurrence of a particular event (Law) v. return to previous condition or belief; (about property) be returned to a former owner or his heirs (Law); return to an earlier form or type (Biology); return to a particular topic

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