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reverse

  

      vb   mainly tr  
1    to turn or set in an opposite direction, order, or position  
2    to change into something different or contrary; alter completely  
reverse one's policy     
3    also intr   to move or cause to move backwards or in an opposite direction  
to reverse a car     
4    to run (machinery, etc.) in the opposite direction to normal  
5    to turn inside out  
6      (Law)   to revoke or set aside (a judgment, decree, etc.); annul  
7    often foll by: out   to print from plates so made that white lettering or design of (a page, text, display, etc.) appears on a black or coloured background  
8    reverse arms            (Military)   to turn one's arms upside down, esp. as a token of mourning  
9    reverse the charge(s)   to make a telephone call at the recipient's expense  
      n  
10    the opposite or contrary of something  
11    the back or rear side of something  
12    a change to an opposite position, state, or direction  
13    a change for the worse; setback or defeat  
14   
a    the mechanism or gears by which machinery, a vehicle, etc., can be made to reverse its direction  
b    (as modifier)  
reverse gear     
15    the side of a coin bearing a secondary design  
   Compare       obverse       5  
16   
a    printed matter in which normally black or coloured areas, esp. lettering, appear white, and vice versa  
b    (as modifier)  
reverse plates     
17    in reverse          in an opposite or backward direction  
18    the reverse of   emphatically not; not at all  
he was the reverse of polite when I called     
      adj  
19    opposite or contrary in direction, position, order, nature, etc.; turned backwards  
20    back to front; inverted  
21    operating or moving in a manner contrary to that which is usual  
22    denoting or relating to a mirror image  
     (C14: from Old French, from Latin reversus, from revertere to turn back)  
  reversely      adv  
  reverser      n  
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reverse  
      vb   mainly tr  
1    to turn or set in an opposite direction, order, or position  
2    to change into something different or contrary; alter completely  
reverse one's policy     
3    also intr   to move or cause to move backwards or in an opposite direction  
to reverse a car     
4    to run (machinery, etc.) in the opposite direction to normal  
5    to turn inside out  
6      (Law)   to revoke or set aside (a judgment, decree, etc.); annul  
7    often foll by: out   to print from plates so made that white lettering or design of (a page, text, display, etc.) appears on a black or coloured background  
8    reverse arms     (Military)   to turn one's arms upside down, esp. as a token of mourning  
9    reverse the charge(s)   to make a telephone call at the recipient's expense  
      n  
10    the opposite or contrary of something  
11    the back or rear side of something  
12    a change to an opposite position, state, or direction  
13    a change for the worse; setback or defeat  
14   
a    the mechanism or gears by which machinery, a vehicle, etc., can be made to reverse its direction  
b    (as modifier)  
reverse gear     
15    the side of a coin bearing a secondary design  
   Compare       obverse       5  
16   
a    printed matter in which normally black or coloured areas, esp. lettering, appear white, and vice versa  
b    (as modifier)  
reverse plates     
17    in reverse   in an opposite or backward direction  
18    the reverse of   emphatically not; not at all  
he was the reverse of polite when I called     
      adj  
19    opposite or contrary in direction, position, order, nature, etc.; turned backwards  
20    back to front; inverted  
21    operating or moving in a manner contrary to that which is usual  
22    denoting or relating to a mirror image  
     (C14: from Old French, from Latin reversus, from revertere to turn back)  
  reversely      adv  
  reverser      n  


reverse-charge  
      adj   prenominal   (of a telephone call) made at the recipient's expense,   (U.S. equivalent)    collect  
reverse takeover  
      n     (Finance)   the purchase of a larger company by a smaller company, esp. of a public company by a private company  
reverse transcriptase  
      n   an enzyme present in retroviruses that copies RNA into DNA, thus reversing the usual flow of genetic information in which DNA is copied into RNA  
reverse video  
      n     (Computing)   a highlighting feature achieved by reversing the colours of normal characters and background on a visual display unit  

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Collins

reverse

  

      vb  
1    invert, transpose, turn back, turn over, turn round, turn upside down, upend  
2    alter, annul, cancel, change, countermand, declare null and void, invalidate, negate, obviate, overrule, overset, overthrow, overturn, quash, repeal, rescind, retract, revoke, set aside, undo, upset  
3    back, backtrack, back up, go backwards, move backwards, retreat  
      n  
4    antithesis, contradiction, contrary, converse, inverse, opposite  
5    back, flip side, other side, rear, underside, verso, wrong side  
6    adversity, affliction, blow, check, defeat, disappointment, failure, hardship, misadventure, misfortune, mishap, repulse, reversal, setback, trial, vicissitude  
      adj  
7    back to front, backward, contrary, converse, inverse, inverted, opposite  
  
Antonyms     
,       vb  
2    carry out, enforce, implement, validate  
3    advance, go forward, move forward  
      n  
5    forward side, front, obverse, recto, right side  

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a ban or a partial prohibition on trade of weapons with a particular country, in order to isolate it
n.
he is trying to perusal-de someone to do what he doesn't want to do. Il fait pression sur moi.
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be very expensive; cost a lot
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