Noun(1) a change from one state to the opposite state(2) an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating(3) turning in an opposite direction or position(4) a decision to reverse an earlier decision(5) a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was incorrect and should be set aside(6) turning in the opposite direction(7) the act of reversing the order or place of(8) a major change in attitude or principle or point of view
(1) a reversal by the House of Lords of the Court of Appeal's decision(2) the reversal of tidal currents(3) This was a ├ö├ç├┐five lights├ö├ç├û production filmed on 16 mm reversal stock because they couldn't afford better.(4) In the box were six rolls of pristine 16 mm Kodachrome reversal motion-picture film.(5) When using very high bromide developers, it may be necessary to use a 200 to 250 watt light bulb in order to get good reversal effects.(6) Clearly, such a reversal of the current course would not be achievable overnight.(7) Last night O'Sullivan suffered a similar reversal , just as he had done in the 1997 final against Steve Davis.(8) The reversal in the Supreme Court turned on the application of s.2 of the Charter.(9) The Kilmovee, Urlaur, Kilkelly, and Glann and surrounding areas have now benefited from the work of past years by devoted people wishing for a reversal of the rural population decline.(10) However, after their reversal of political positions, both are still adjusting to their roles cautiously and climbing on their learning curves.(11) The data therefore chronicle a dramatic reversal in the direction of invasion.(12) They maintained their lead through April, the latest data available, marking a dramatic reversal from 1999.(13) There has been an extraordinary reversal in the parties' positions on Europe.(14) Compared to the results of the national elections held last September 22, the reversal is no less dramatic.(15) Liam states that pinholes do not occur with reversal processing of lith film, but we included a water bath anyway since it doesn't take long.(16) the champions suffered a League reversal at Gloucester last month
(1) role reversal :: 立場逆転
1. turnaround ::
2. swap ::
3. alteration ::
4. setback ::
5. transposition ::
6. black eye ::
8. volte-face ::
Different Formsreversal, reversals
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