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Synonyms for invert

Synonyms for invert

to change to the opposite position, direction, or course

Synonyms for invert

make an inversion (in a musical composition)

reverse the position, order, relation, or condition of


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turn inside out or upside down

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There was plenty of talk about the inverted yield curve last month, the scenario where 10-year Treasury yields creep above the yields on two-year notes, and that chatter is usually ominous in nature because the inverted yield curve has often been a reliable recession indicator.
The inverted yield curve doesn't have to be all gloom and doom.
With only one exception, each time the yield curve has inverted, the US economy has entered a downturn within 18 months.
On that Friday, the 3-month/10-year and 1-year/10-year Treasury spreads inverted which lends further credence that this yield curve inversion is real.
Even if the yield curve inverts and the economy deteriorates as rapidly as it did in 1959, recession is eight months away -- and that's an outlier.
Here each glyph is shown above its upside-down version, and every letter inverts into a valid letter with the exception of "c".
In some cases, buckling, leaks and inverts will have occurred in the existing pipe, requiring repair prior to spin casting.
Me and my bros used to juice back in the eighties so we could do the longest inverts known to man.
When the yield curve flattens, banks have less of an incentive to lend, and when it inverts, all incentive to lend goes out the window.
The Sukup Cross-Over system inverts grain in two-unit, vertically stacked dryers as it moves from the upper to lower unit to improve grain quality and maintain consistent moisture content.
A distinct advantage inverts the workpiece allowing back-side part machining, eliminating multiple handling and secondary operations.
Thus, it inverts the hierarchy of heaven and hell by replacing the supernatural streams of light, symbolized and embodied in the apses of cathedrals, with a naturally embodied earthbound source of redemption.
Depending on the orientation of the loxP sites, the enzyme then either inverts the DNA fragment and places it back in the chromosome or discards the snipped DNA, says Bradley.
THE INVERT IS A TIMELESS TRICK because it can scare even the most avid transition skater, and it's always a crowd pleaser.