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what does reverse mean?
re·verse 1. opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or character: an impression reverse to what was intended; in reverse sequence. 2. with the back or rear part toward the observer: the reverse side of a fabric. 3. pertaining to or producing movement in a mechanism opposite to that made under ordinary running conditions: a reverse gear; a reverse turbine. 4. acting in a manner opposite or contrary to that which is usual, as an appliance or apparatus. 5. noting or pertaining to an image like that seen in a mirror; backward; reversed.
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re·verse

1.
opposite or contrary in position, direction, order, or character: an impression reverse to what was intended; in reverse sequence.
2.
with the back or rear part toward the observer: the reverse side of a fabric.
3.
pertaining to or producing movement in a mechanism opposite to that made under ordinary running conditions: a reverse gear; a reverse turbine.
4.
acting in a manner opposite or contrary to that which is usual, as an appliance or apparatus.
5.
noting or pertaining to an image like that seen in a mirror; backward; reversed.
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