A change to an opposite direction, position, or course of action
a dramatic reversal in population decline in the Alps
the reversal of tidal currents
An annulment of a judgment, sentence, or decree made by a lower court or authority
the Court has upheld the appellate justices in their reversal of the trial court judgment
An adverse change of fortune
the league champions suffered a reversal at the finals last month
Direct production of a positive image from an exposed film or plate; direct reproduction of a positive or negative image
a change from one state to the opposite state; "there was a reversal of autonomic function"
reverse: an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
turning in an opposite direction or position; "the reversal of the image in the lens"
a decision to reverse an earlier decision
a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was incorrect and should be set aside
transposition: the act of reversing the order or place of
Reversal is a 2001 movie about a high school wrestler. The movie, starring Danny Mousetis, chronicles the struggle of Leo Leone as he strives for the Pennsylvania state title and his dad's affection. ...
In finance an option strategy is the purchase and/or sale of one or various option positions and possibly an underlying position.
The Reversal is the 22nd novel by American author Michael Connelly and features the third starring appearance of Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Michael "Mickey" Haller. ...
(Reversing (vehicle maneuver)) Reversing (also known as backing up) is the process of driving a vehicle in the reverse direction in order to maneuver. Rear view mirrors are standard equipment for this endeavor. ...
The state of being reversed; An instance of reversing; A change in fortune; a change from being successful to having problems
(Reversals) In a Tarot reading, reversals refer to cards that are up-side-down. Some Tarot readers interpret reversed cards differently than if they were right-side-up. Some practitioners assign opposite meanings to cards when they are reversed. ...
(Reversals) A Reversal happens when you switch the direction the hoop is spinning to the opposite Current. As in going from Hooping to the Left, to Hooping to the Right. Usually done after a Break.
(Reversals) An upside reversal occurs when the price first moves below the low point of the range carved out during the previous day, and closes above the closing price of the previous day. ...
(Reversals) We use the term "reverse" (pl: "reverses") to mean a change in current. A reverse always contains a break, but a break does not always lead to a reverse. A reverse can happen on or off the core, horizontally, vertically, or at an angle. ...
(Reversals) when letters, numbers, or words, appear backwards either visually or written
(reversals) Reversed energy flow in the energy system. Controversial/unproven concept.
180 degree reversals commonly referred to as "rotated reverse" or "reversals" are instant scratch type lottery tickets which are found with the backs of the tickets printed in two different directions for the same issue. ...
(REVERSED) The annulling or making void a judgment due to some error in law or irregularity in the proceedings.
(Reversed) Upside-down – as in a reversed shield which symbolised disgrace for a medieval knight
(Reversed) in a flower, not having a twisted pedicel, non resupinate
(reversed) Return with a new OrderedDictionary with its associations in reverse order.
(Reverses) All possible combination of two team if bets, Double Action If Bets done in both ways, with the chosen teams (from 2 to 6 teams).
(Reverses) Openings in the image where the background or paper shows through the printed or foiled areas. Can be either type or design elements.