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Another word for reverse

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Adjective
  1. Diametrically opposed

    See also:

    support

Noun
  1. That which is diametrically opposed to another

      1. A proposition derived by negating and permuting the terms of another, equivalent proposition; for example, All not-Y is not-X is the contrapositive of All X is Y.
      1. Involving, of the nature of, or being a contradiction:
      2. Given to contradicting:
      3. Either of two propositions related in such a way that it is impossible for both to be true or both to be false.
      1. Placed or located directly across from something else or from each other:
      2. Facing the other way; moving or tending away from each other:
      3. Being the other of two complementary or mutually exclusive things:
      1. Contrary; opposing:
      2. One that is an opposite.
      3. A boxing blow given while receiving or parrying another.
      1. To engage in an exchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language.
      2. To interact socially with others; associate.
      3. An interchange of thoughts and feelings by means of speech or sign language; conversation.
      1. Opposed, as in character or purpose:
      2. Opposite in direction or position:
      3. Moving in the opposite direction at a fixed interval:
      1. A word having a meaning opposite to that of another word:
      1. Direct contrast; opposition.
      2. The direct or exact opposite:
      3. A figure of speech in which sharply contrasting ideas are juxtaposed in a balanced or parallel phrase or grammatical structure, as in
      1. Any two places or regions that are on diametrically opposite sides of the earth.
      2. Something that is the exact opposite or contrary of another; an antipode.
      1. A direct or diametrical opposite.
      2. One of a pair of antipodes.
    See also:

    support

  2. A change from better to worse

    See also:

    better

Verb
  1. To change to the opposite position, direction, or course

    See also:

    change

  2. To turn sharply around

      1. Twice as much in size, strength, number, or amount:
      2. Composed of two like parts:
      3. Composed of two unlike parts; dual:
      1. The act of pivoting to face in the opposite direction from the original, especially in a military formation.
      2. A military command to turn clockwise 180°.
      3. A total change of attitude or viewpoint.
    See also:

    approach

  3. To take back or remove

Another word for reverse

Modifier
      1. A surface capable of reflecting sufficient undiffused light to form an image of an object placed in front of it.
      2. Something that faithfully reflects or gives a true picture of something else.
      3. Something worthy of imitation.
      1. Directed or facing toward the back or rear.
      2. Done or arranged in a manner or order that is opposite to previous occurrence or normal use.
      3. Unwilling to act; reluctant; shy.
      1. Opposed, as in character or purpose:
      2. Opposite in direction or position:
      3. Moving in the opposite direction at a fixed interval:
      1. Placed or located directly across from something else or from each other:
      2. Facing the other way; moving or tending away from each other:
      3. Being the other of two complementary or mutually exclusive things:
Noun
  1. The opposite

    See also:

    opposite

  2. A change from good fortune to bad

      1. A piece of paper that is a negotiable instrument drawn on a bank and payable on demand to the person identified as the payee. A piece of paper that is a negotiable instrument drawn on a bank and payable on demand to the person identified as the payee.
      1. An unanticipated or sudden check in progress; a change from better to worse.
      2. A steplike recession in a wall.
      3. Any of a series of such recessions in the rise of a tall building.
      1. A great, often sudden calamity.
      2. A complete failure; a fiasco:
      3. The concluding action of a drama, especially a classical tragedy, following the climax and containing a resolution of the plot.
Verb
  1. To turn

    See also:

    turn

  2. To alter

    See also:

    change

  3. To annul

    See also:

    cancel

  4. To exchange

      1. To exchange (one thing) for another of the same class:
      2. To move or transfer from one place or position to another.
      3. To alter (position or place).
      1. To change the arrangement of.
      1. To reverse or transfer the order or place of; interchange.
      2. To move (a term) from one side of an algebraic equation to the other side, reversing its sign to maintain equality.
      3. To write or perform (a composition) in a key other than the original or given key.
    See also:

    exchange