There are 2 main translations of rev in Spanish:

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rev

American English: /rɛv/
British English: /rɛv/

transitive verb -vv-

rev (up)

  • (engine/car) (sin desplazarse)
    Example sentences
    • He was out there starting each vehicle and revving the engines, letting them idle.
    • To get some tire-spinning momentum at the start, the engine had to be revved up and the clutch pedal banged out.
    • 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.

intransitive verb -vv-

rev (up)

  • I could hear the car revving (up) outside
    oía como aceleraban el coche afuera

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Rev

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