reversal

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 [rɪˈv3ːrsəl]


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reversal

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. a reversal of the [decision, ruling, policy]
  2. a reversal of [current, tide, flow]
  3. a reversal in [population trends, results, direction]
  4. a role reversal at the [office, company]
  5. are (not) expecting a reversal (of, in)
  6. was an unexpected reversal (of, in)
  7. a reversal in public opinion
  8. a [dramatic, surprising, welcome] reversal
  9. suffered a reversal of fortune
  10. UK: the [team, champions] suffered a reversal
  11. made a reversal in their [strategy, position, stance]
  12. gender role reversal is common in [pantomime, the theater]
n as adj
  1. photography: reversal [film, processing]
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