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reverse

verb /rəˈvəːs/
to move backwards or in the opposite direction to normal
dar marcha atrás
He reversed (the car) into the garage He reversed the film through the projector.
to put into the opposite position, state, order etc
poner del revés
This jacket can be reversed (= worn inside out).
to change (a decision, policy etc) to the exact opposite
revocar
The man was found guilty, but the judges in the appeal court reversed the decision.
reversal noun
inversión, cambio completo
a reversal of his previous decision.
reversed adjective in the opposite state, position, order etc
invertido
Once he worked for me. Now our positions are reversed and I work for him.
reversible adjective able to be reversed
reversible
a reversible process.
(of clothes) able to be worn with either side out
reversible
Is that raincoat reversible?
reverse the charges (British ) to make a telephone call (a reverse-charge call) which is paid for by the person who receives it instead of by the caller; call collect(American)
llamar a cobro revertido
(Definition of reverse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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