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Translation of "reverse" - English-German dictionary

reverse

noun
a defeat; a piece of bad luck der Rückschlag Liverpool suffered a 3-0 reverse. (a mechanism eg one of the gears of a car etc which makes something move in) a backwards direction or a direction opposite to normal der Rückwärtsgang. Rückwärts-… He put the car into reverse (also adjective) a reverse gear. (also adjective ) (of) the back of a coin, medal etc die Rückseite the reverse (side) of a coin.
(Definition of reverse from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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