I often get lots of email even from native speakers, they use the word "revert" which I think it means "reply".
Another email that I received recently, it says this:
We have a meeting scheduled tomorrow to discuss the matters and expect to revert to you shortly . So I think it means "reply" I think. Do you have any comments on this?
Hi, Cristi—What part of the world are these people writing to you from? Do you or your e-mail correspondents live in India, by any chance? No one with whom I have ever corresponded uses "revert" to mean "reply." That said, the twelfth and final definition of "revert" in the Oxford English Dictionary is this:
12.intransitive. ChieflyIndian English.To answer in speech or writing; to reply.Often regarded as erroneous by usage writers.
1973 Times of India 14 Feb. 9/7 (advt.) Interested clients wishing to discuss applications..personally may kindly revert to undersigned immediately.
2002 Africa News (Nexis) 26 June Kindly revert to me soonest, as we intend to hold the programme by the end of June 2002.
2010 A. BhattacharyaSome of Whole 66 I wanted to refuse his request but before I could revert, he had almost walked into my room.
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