Reversal appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Sevilla’s reversal lives!
- So, ten games reversal set on a node… do nanoteslas reverse magnetos?
- Seville dome-villas revere no canine men in acts I list: canine men in a cone reversal live model lives.
The following statistics are based on the British National Corpus, so they are representative for the British English.
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Reversal is a member of the word family reverse, included in the Academic Word List by Dr. Averil Coxhead, which contains the 570 most frequent word families used in academic texts from a variety of subject areas, of interest for students that learn the words most needed to study at tertiary institutions.
Definition of the noun Reversal
What does Reversal mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: reversals
- a change from one state to the opposite state
- example: there was a reversal of autonomic function
- lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
- more generic term: change of state = the act of changing something into something different in essential characteristics
- more specific words: retrogression / retroversion / regression / reversion / regress = returning to a former state
- an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating
- turning in an opposite direction or position
- a decision to reverse an earlier decision
- lexical domain: Cognitive Processes - nouns denoting cognitive processes and contents
- synonyms of reversal: change of mind / flip-flop / turnabout / turnaround
- more generic terms: deciding / decision making = the cognitive process of reaching a decision
- more specific terms: reconsideration / second thought / afterthought / rethink = thinking again about a choice previously made
- a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was incorrect and should be set aside
- turning in the opposite direction
- lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
- synonyms of reversal: reverse / reversion / turnabout / turnaround
- more generic terms: change of direction / reorientation = the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented
- more specific terms:
- the act of reversing the order or place of
- a major change in attitude or principle or point of view
Alternative definition of the noun Reversal
- The state of being reversed.
- An instance of reversing.
- A change in fortune; a change from being successful to having problems.
Specialised definition of the noun Reversal
Glossary of sports / wrestling
a move in which a wrestler escapes from his opponent's hold and executes a move which gives him a controlling position (2005. Chambers Sports Factfinder. Chambers Harrap Publishers Ltd)
action in which the bottom wrestler reverses his position and comes to the top position in control
if the wrestler in the bottom position completely reverses the situation and comes to the top position in control, it is a reversal, worth one point
"Reversal" is a 2001 movie about a high school wrestler, directed by Jimi Petulla. The movie, starring Danny Mousetis, chronicles the struggle of Leo Leone as he strives for the Pennsylvania state title and his dad's affection. Coached by his father, Edward Leone, he is constantly pushed towards this goal. He is forced to decide between the approval of his father or his own wishes as he feels the strain from years of training and making weight. The movie never made it to the mainstream public, however received vocal support from many leaders in the wrestling community such as Cael Sanderson and Kurt Angle.
- also known as A Fighting Chance
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- director: Alan Vint
- producer: Albert Hasson
- executive producer: Jimi Petulla
- production design by Jory Adam
- written by Jimi Petulla
- cinematography by William H. Molina
- music by Jeff Danna
- costume design by Diane Collins
- genres: Sports, Romance Film, Drama
- rating: PG-13 (USA)
- released on (13 years ago)
- official website: www.reversalthemovie.com
"Reversal" is a video game.
- genre: Strategy video game
- "Reversal" is a musical EP of Sean Deason & CiM.
- released in (17 years ago)
- "Reversal" a.k.a. "Reversal!" is a composition.
- music by Tsuyoshi Sekito
Phrases with Reversal
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Reversal
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Fight Fair (2010)
Winning at Conflict without Losing at Love by Tim Downs, Joy Downs
Reversal is a form of defensiveness. Sometimes our objection is not to a...
by Alexander Davidson
The two-day reversal is an extended version of the above. On the first day, the share price moves to a new high, and closes at or near this level. On the second day, it opens at a similar level, but, by close, it will have retraced the entire first ...
The Mind of Consciousness (2011)
by Ray Morose
The reversal is the veil obscuring the volitional knower from its rightful position within your existence by the volitional thinker's assumed authority. The third movement, away from your consciousness construction, creates your second position ...
Particle Physics (2011)
A Beginner's Guide by Brian R. Martin
Time reversal is the operation where thesignofthe timecoordinate in all equations is reversed. Although thisdoes not lead to aquantum number in the way parityand charge conjugation do, ifthe equations remain the same afterthisoperation, ...
Elder Abuse (1986)
Conflict in the Family by Karl A. Pillemer, Rosalie S. Wolf
Role reversal refers to the dynamic in which a child becomes a major source of emotional and material support for an older parent. Providing support in a new role to one's parents can be rewarding or painful, depending in part on the current ...
by L. C. G. Rogers, David Williams
The problem with time reversal is that the Ray-Knight compactifications associated with X and X may be totally different and may induce different topologies on the initially given state-space. For the example that we have just been discussing, ...
by Rob Long
Reversal is a conscious attempt to use the negative emotional tension that we have to good effect. It can help us to accept that we have wishes and desires that we would prefer not to have, but we are able to accept the darker side of our ...
BIOMED 2011, 20-23 June 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia by Hua-Nong Ting
Perceptual reversal refers to the spontaneous switches in perception between several possible interpretations for a given ambiguous figure. Past research with ambiguous figures indicated that the parietal area, especially, the SPL is involved ...
by Thomas N. Bulkowski
Table 5 Reversal Rates Description Explanation Closing price confirmation reversal rate Whichever direction represents a reversal of the price trend leading to the candle pattern, look for a higher/lower close the day after the candle pattern ...
Selected Papers from the 12th International Symposium on Lexicography, Copenhagen, 2004 by Henrik Gottlieb, Jens Erik Mogensen
seems to be less advantageous than reversal of bilingual dictionaries with Latvian as the B language, because of the variety mentioned above and the small proportion of terminological texts in the ...
by Salvatore Attardo
Reversal theory is a general psychological theory of motivation, emotion, and personality that has generated much research since the 1970s and continues to be applied in such areas as sport coaching and management consultancy.
A Dictionary of Psychology (2015)
by Andrew M. Colman
reversal n. 1. The act or process of turning round. In * psychoanalysis, a *defence mechanism whereby an *instinctual aim changes into its opposite, usually from an active to a passive form, as when *sexual sadism ...
by Roger Bartlett, Chris Gratton, Christer G. Rolf
As such, reversal theory predicts that these continuums produce two curves, which can predict the relationship between arousal and affect. One curve ranges from boredom – low arousal and unpleasant affect, to excitement – high arousal and ...
Physiological Optics, Being an Essay Contributed to the American Encyclopedia of Ophthalmology (1918)
by Charles Sheard
For example, if the meridian with its axis at 90° requires + 3 diopters to bring about a reversal at one meter and the meridian with its axis at 180° requires -j- 4 diopters, each meridian being operated upon separately, then the total lens quantity ...
by Thomas George Atkinson
when the point of reversal is obtained, no calculations have to be made, the neutralizing lens ...
Encyclopedia of Human Memory (2013)
by Annette Kujawski Taylor Ph.D.
REVERSAL LEARNING Reversal learning is an operant conditioning task used to study cognitive flexibility, attention, and learning impairments. First, a person or animal must be trained in a simple discrimination task by learning to respond to ...
Encyclopedia of Soil Science (2006)
by R. Lal
Reversal. INTRODUCTION The term "desertification" was coined to graphically represent the state of the Sahelian lands in the 1970s, when major drought accompanied by major increases in the human population served to cause the desert ...
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- Role reversal
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- Role Reversal
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Video language resources about Reversal
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- Polynomials - Greatest Hits, Track 03: Polynomial Reversal (Definition + More Findings)
Polynomial Reversal, its definition, and connecting the dots to see another elegant fact about the general polynomial. ~~~LINKS:~~~ Track 02: ...
- Daily Recap: The Definition Of The Red Dog Reversal
Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of T3 Live and T3 Trading Group, LLC. hosts the Daily Recap for Thursday, February 5, 2015, sharing trading ideas as well ...
- A New Definition of a Real Creation(sex reversal of tilapia)
- Reversal Meaning
Video shows what reversal means. The state of being reversed.. An instance of reversing.. A change in fortune; a change from being successful to having ...
- Explanation of reversal of DQ's at NWT Championship
- What Is The Definition Of Reversal of organs, total Medical School Terminology Dictionary
- Subject verb reversal on the SAT
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Quotes about Reversal
To recommend that women become identical to men, would be simple reversal, and would defeat the whole point of androgyny, and for that matter, feminism: in both, the whole point is choice. (Carolyn Heilbrun)
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Scrabble value of R1E1V4E1R1S1A1L1
The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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