Definitions for "Reverse"
Keywords:  obverse, medal, tail, quarterback, coin
That which is directly opposite or contrary to something else; a contrary; an opposite.
The back side; as, the reverse of a drum or trench; the reverse of a medal or coin, that is, the side opposite to the obverse. See Obverse.
To change totally; to alter to the opposite.
any material printed so the original background becomes the inked image and the copy itself is left unprinted (showing the color of the paper). Examples of a reverse are the column headings (Quantity, Item Number, Description, Discount, Net Price, and Amount) on most invoices.
To switch a character from black on white to white on black, or vice versa.
white or light-colored image on a dark background, typically a white image on black background.
Turned backward; having a contrary or opposite direction; hence; opposite or contrary in kind; as, the reverse order or method.
Turned upside down; greatly disturbed.
That which appears or is presented when anything, as a lance, a line, a course of conduct, etc., is reverted or turned contrary to its natural direction.
Higher court setting aside lower court's decision.
When an appellate court sets aside the decision of a trial court. A reversal is often accompanied by a remand to the lower court for further proceedings.
to set aside a decision or order, on appeal or by the same court, and enter a different decision or order. A reversal is often followed by a remand.
Keywords:  rebid, bid, jump, suit, lho
A non- jump rebid which indicates extra strength (see also jump-shift): 1) In strict sense: rebid of second, higher- ranked suit than the one previously bid, on a higher level, e.g. 1â(tm)¦ – 1â(tm) ; â(tm)¥ is a reverse by opener, and 1â(tm)¥ – 2â(tm)£; 2â(tm)¥ – 2â(tm)  is a reverse by responder. 2) ("High reverse"): Rebid on lower-ranked suit on level 3: e.g. 1â(tm)  – 2â(tm)¥; 3â(tm)£ is a "high reverse" by opener, and 1â(tm)¥â(tm)¦â(tm)¥ – 3â(tm)£ is a high reverse by responder.
(1) (noun) a non-jump bid in a new suit that bypasses a bid in a lower-ranking suit already bid by the same player. [North one club, South one spade, North two hearts is a reverse (bypasses two clubs). But North one club, South one heart, North one spade is not (no bypass).].(2) (verb) to make a bid described in (1).
Rebidding a higher ranking suit at a higher level than one's previous bid of a lower ranking suit, forcing partner to prefer the first one (if he has to, which is common) at yet a higher level. As a result, this shows extra strength. The bidding sequence: You Partner is a reverse. If one cannot pass or rebid one's first suit at the current level, then bidding a higher-ranking suit need not show extra values. For example, You LHO Partner RHO Pass is not a reverse.
Keywords:  exacta, wager, horse, racing, exact
a series of If Wagers
a second exacta wager specifying two horses in reverse order of the first exact wager in horse racing
In horse racing, to ask for a second exacta wager which specifies two horses in reverse order of the first exacta wager.
(see overrule)
rule against; "The Republicans were overruled when the House voted on the bill"
Keywords:  verso, rear, bound, leaf, left
see Verso
The rear side of a leaf in a bound book; in other words, the left-hand page of an opened book. Also called the Verso.
To cause to return; to recall.
annul by recalling or rescinding; "He revoked the ban on smoking"; "lift an embargo"; "vacate a death sentence"
The process of making cDNA (complementary DNA) transcription using an RNA template. An essential step in PCR for retroviruses, e.g. HIV.
transcriptase RNA-directed DNA polymerase. Enzyme that synthesizes DNA according to instructions given by an RNA template.
a loan secured by home equity
a popular, but complex, home loan just for seniorhomeowners
a special type of home loan that lets the homeowner convert the equity in their home into cash,
an unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
A type of structure determined with flying stars. It means not good people or prosperity energies. There's always some sort of struggle—money and people; divorce, bankruptcy, foreclosure, business moving in and out, residences where people move every couple years.
In the sport of cricket, a reverse is a type of slower ball.
Authorize/submit an IAR function that allows an agent to nullify an authorized/submitted report up until submission deadline..
Means the opposite way round to that which is most common between a prostitute and her client. For example, "reverse oral" means cunnilingus and "reverse massage" means the client massaging the prostitute.
1] Within sexual positions it means that the orientation is the opposite of what is normal (e.g. in a reverse cowgirl the woman faces the mans feet instead of his face). [2] Within prostitution it means that the roles are the opposite of what is normal between prostitute and customer i.e. the customer is “servicing” the prostitute (e.g. reverse oral is when the customer performs oral sex on the prostitute and reverse massage is when the customer massages the prostitute).
(n) A cutaway of a reporter listening to a news source, useful in maintaining continuity if two different parts of the interview are edited together. Don't cross the axis when shooting your reverse.
Keywords:  petri, fungal, culture, colour, growing
refers to the colour of the bottom of a petri plate on which a fungal culture is growing.
Keywords:  quidditch, difficult, move, pass
Pass – a difficult Quidditch move (QA)
Keywords:  revert, return
To return; to revert.
The counter-clockwise rotation of the auger as viewed from the machine end.
Keywords:  prima, fencing, guard, english, outside
English, A fencing term referring to a high outside guard. See Prima.
Keywords:  gear, backward, motor, motion, vehicle
the gears by which the motion of a machine can be reversed
of the transmission gear causing backward movement in a motor vehicle; "in reverse gear"
An informal name for a reverse repurchase agreement.
Keywords:  repoe, view, transaction, party, point
a repoe seen from the point of view of the other party to the transaction
Keywords:  backup, severe
A severe backup.
Keywords:  tie, cancel, win, bet, way
a two-way IF bet following the IF win/tie/cancel condition
Keywords:  odds, implied, pot, round, continue
Implied Odds - The ratio of the amount of money now in the pot to the amount of money you will have to call to continue from the present round to the end of the hand.
Keywords:  shell
Reversed; as, a reverse shell.
Keywords:  teams, double, bet
Double If Bet, 2 teams, X and Y. X if Y and Y if X.
Keywords:  conversion, see
See Reverse Conversion.
Keywords:  pair, relations, order, another, two
Two relations are reverses of one another, if they have the same ordered pairs, but with the order of each pair reversed.
To become or be reversed.