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Noun
Something that is as different as possible from something else
“The deadlines are listed on the reverse of this page.”
Noun
A change for the worse
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“Limerick have proved the most consistent in the regular league rounds with their only reverse being suffered in the first round, against Cork.”
Noun
The opposite to that previously stated
“Remember, if you add equipment you can take weight off but the reverse also applies.”
Noun
The absence or opposite of something actual or positive
Noun
The act or instance of defeating
Noun
The part of the body upon which someone sits
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A sudden severe or prolonged fall in the price, value, or amount of something
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Regular change or succession from one thing to another, or one part of a cycle to the next
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A changing from one policy or point of view to virtually its exact opposite
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A seemingly absurd or contradictory statement or proposition which when investigated may prove to be well founded or true
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A loss of status
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Regression
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A discouraging response to an offer or approach
Verb
To move backwards
“We ended up having to reverse to do our station work, causing us a slight but necessary delay.”
Verb
To make (something) the opposite of what it was
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“The synod, like a general council, however, would have no authority over the pope and no right to reverse his decisions.”
Verb
To turn or set in an opposite direction, order, or position
“As with her earlier collection, the garments can be worn inside-out, reversed or unbuttoned.”
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Turn inside out
“When climbing on rough rock I reverse the jacket to protect the outer layer.”
Verb
To change into something different or contrary
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“There are a few sites that reverse this process by using a light text on dark background, which is found acceptable in some cases, but you are better off using dark on light for your overall content.”
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To return to the starting point
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Turn so as to face the opposite direction
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To change one's views
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Militate against
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Back up, reverse
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To change one's position, either physically or in terms of one's opinion
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Delay, hinder
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To reach a different conclusion
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Take apart
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To cause a sudden collapse of (mood or feeling)
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To refuse to give in to
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To remove the contents of
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(of light or an image) To bend back or mirror
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To undo the proper order or arrangement of
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To pass from one form, state, or level to another
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Adjective
Going in or turned towards the direction opposite to that previously stated
“Now put the book back in its starting position, and carry out these two operations in the reverse order.”
Adjective
Operating, behaving, or ordered in a way contrary or opposite to that which is usual or expected
“There would be a reverse tide, flowing up the river equally as fast as the normal downriver flow.”
Adjective
Opposite in nature, direction, or meaning
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Adjective
Situated at the rear
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