"revocar" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

revocar
transitive verb
1. to revoke (orden, decisión)
2. to plaster (construction)

revocar [ray-vo-car’]
article & verb transitive
1. To revoke (decisión), to repeal, to annul, to abrogate, to abolish; to countermand.
2. To dissuade from (persona), to induce one to desist.
3. To plaster (enlucir), to whitewash (enlacar), or to freshen paintings.
4. To yield to an impulse, to retrocede.
5. To recall, to call one from one place to another.
(Law.) To reverse.

revocar
verbo:transitivo
1 [+decisión] to revoke; reverse; [+orden] to cancel; [+persona] to remove from his/her post; axe; ax; (EEUU)
2 [+humo] to blow back
3 (Archit) (enlucir) to plaster; (encalar) to whitewash
4 (disuadir) to dissuade;de from

Verb Conjugations for "revocar" (go to to revoke)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Imperfect
Conditional
Future
yo revoco revoqué revocaba revocaría revocaré
revocas revocaste revocabas revocarías revocarás
él/ella/Ud. revoca revocó revocaba revocaría revocará
nosotros revocamos revocamos revocábamos revocaríamos revocaremos
vosotros revocáis revocasteis revocabais revocaríais revocaréis
ellos/ellas/Uds. revocan revocaron revocaban revocarían revocarán
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