(of a garment, fabric, or bedclothes) Faced on both sides so as to be worn or used with either outside
Able to be turned the other way around
a reversible stroller seat
(of the effects of a process or condition) Capable of being reversed so that the previous state or situation is restored
potentially reversible forms of renal failure
(of a reaction) Occurring together with its converse, and so yielding an equilibrium mixture of reactants and products
(of a change or process) Capable of complete and detailed reversal, esp. denoting or undergoing an ideal change in which a system is in thermodynamic equilibrium at all times
(of a colloid) Capable of being changed from a gel into a sol by a reversal of the treatment that turns the sol into a gel
capable of reversing or being reversed; "reversible hypertension"
a garment (especially a coat) that can be worn inside out (with either side of the cloth showing)
(reversibility) the quality of being reversible in either direction
able to be reversed; able to be worn inside out; (of a chemical reaction) capable of proceeding in either direction; (of a phase change) capable of returning to the original state; capable of returning to the original state without consumption of free energy and increase of entropy
(Reversibles) These are a convenience item and each one has only one function. Pressing the stud reverses what the current status of the stud was. If it was off, it is now on and vice versa. An example is a 32' Bourdon. This turns that stop on or off. ...
(Reversibility) The ability to undo a process or treatment with no change to the object. Reversibility is an important goal of conservation treatment, but it must be balanced with other treatment goals and options.
(Reversibility) where the child understands that numbers or objects can be changed, then returned to their original state. For this reason, a child will be able to rapidly determine that if 4+4 equals 8, 8−4 will equal 4, the original quantity.
(reversibility) the loss of training effect as a result of not training or taking too much time between training sessions.
(Reversibility) Ability to be removed completely without affecting the surrounding original materials.
(Reversibility) When one side of the coat gets wet from changing or warming, the design of the Water Parka allows the wearer to take off the coat, turn it inside out, and put it back on again to continue the warming process. The flat, high-performance stitching allows for complete reversibility!
may be used to prevent conception and pregnancy and later may be discontinued to permit conception and pregnancy. The methods here may be discontinued or reinstituted as desired.
True of a process P if and only if there can exist, at least in principle, a process P' which, when given P(I) as input, produces I as output.
Capable of reversing, that is the fact, or action, of reverting or returning to a primitive condition. referred to preservation or binding method.
A reversible process is one which would change direction with an infinitesimal change in external conditions. For a process to be reversible it must be frictionless and quasistatic so that no energy is dissipated and the system is always only infinitesimally removed from equilibrium. ...
One picture is correct, and in the other the patient and agent are reversed.
(Detention). If loading completed sooner than expected at load port, then days saved can be added to discharge operations.
A type of window that enables easy cleaning from within by rotating about the horizontal or vertical axis without disturbing interior fixtures and fittings.
Component can be used for either Left-hand or Right-hand applications.
Any method used to mount art or objects that can be undone in such a way that essentially no harm is done to the art or object. ...
chemical reactions can go in either direction. Although we call the substances on the left the reactants, and those on the right the products, this is only for convenience. Actually the materials on either side can react.
that can return to his(her,your) condition(state) or previous condition.