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reverse

noun     /rɪˈvɜːs/ US  /-ˈvɝːs/
the reverse
the opposite of what has been suggested 相反的情況(或事物);對立面 The teachers say my son is slow, but I believe the reverse (is true). 老師們說我兒子反應遲鈍,但我覺得恰恰相反。 Opposites
the back of a coin, medal, (硬幣、獎章等的)反面,背面 The English £1 coin has a royal coat of arms on the reverse. 一英鎊硬幣的背面有王室盾徽的圖案。 Surfaces of objectsEdges and extremities of objects
in reverse (order)
in the opposite order or way 向相反方向;倒;逆 To stop the engine, you repeat the same procedures, but in reverse (order). 要想關掉引擎,你得按相反順序重複同樣的步驟。 Opposites
[U] ( also reverse gear) the method of controlling a vehicle that makes it go backwards 倒車檔 To go backwards, you must put the car in/into reverse (gear). 要想倒車,你得掛倒車檔。 The engine and engine partsEngines and motors
[C] formal a defeat or failure 失敗;挫折 They suffered a serious military/political reverse. 他們遭受了一次重大的軍事/政治失敗。 FailuresAccidents and disastersHigher and lower points of achievement
(Definition of reverse noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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