reverseverbuk /rɪˈvɜːs/ us /rɪˈvɝːs/
reverse verb (CHANGE TO OPPOSITE)
- There is pressure on the council to reverse its decision.
- He reversed into a lamppost and damaged the back of the car.
- They claim the product can reverse the signs of ageing.
- To complete the test he had to reverse the vehicle into a parking space.
- The court's ruling reverses the original judgment.
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reverse verb (DRIVE BACKWARDS)
reverse verb (PHONE)
reversenounuk /rɪˈvɜːs/ us /rɪˈvɝːs/
- Convention dictates that it is the man who asks the woman to marry him and not the reverse.
- "So is he happier?" "Quite the reverse. I've never seen him more miserable."
- It's a strange situation - it's the reverse of what you'd expect.
- I thought that she'd be happier once he was home but in fact the reverse is true.
- Andrew tends to look after the kids while Marie does the housework which is the reverse of this household.