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Adjective: reversed  ri'vurst
  1. Turned inside out and resewn
    "the reversed collar looked as good as new"
  2. Turned about in order or relation
    "reversed letters";
    - converse, transposed
Verb: reverse  ri'vurs
  1. Change to the contrary
    "The trend was reversed";
    - change by reversal, turn
  2. Turn inside out or upside down
    - turn back, invert
  3. Rule against
    "The Republicans were reversed when the House voted on the bill";
    - overrule, overturn, override, overthrow
  4. Cancel officially
    "He reversed the ban on smoking";
    - revoke, annul, lift, countermand, repeal, overturn, rescind, vacate
  5. Turn around the position, order, relation, or condition of
    "when forming a question, reverse the subject and the verb";
    - invert
  6. Move backwards, esp. drive a vehicle backwards
    - back up

See also: backward, turned

Type of: alter, cancel, change, decree, modify, reorder, rule, strike down

Encyclopedia: Reversed

Reverse, Then Forward Again