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Synonyms for reversal

Synonyms for reversal

the act of changing or being changed from one position, direction, or course to the opposite

a change from better to worse

the act of reversing or annulling

Synonyms for reversal

a change from one state to the opposite state

an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes

turning in an opposite direction or position

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a judgment by a higher court that the judgment of a lower court was incorrect and should be set aside

the act of reversing the order or place of

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a major change in attitude or principle or point of view

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"The adage of history being written by the victors holds a lot of truth, and by researching the reversal we found out about the stories from the 'losers.' It was also really exciting to learn about the continual consequences from the reversals and search for those stories in a multitude of sources."
The IMF has consistently identified the episodes of slow-down or reversal of reforms.
Due to the short half-life of RIV, the availability of reversal agent is considered to be unnecessary in many cases [7].
After years of dismissal, the study has given pause to even the most vehement critics of what is known as Abortion Pill Reversal (APR) (Andrusko, NRL News Today 4/5/18).
A capital outflow following the interest rate reversal is unlikely."
Pregnancy rates are lowest (49%) after the reversal of sterilisation procedure involving unipolar electrocautery.
Among the VEP variables, pattern reversal latency N145, flash amplitude N75, and flash amplitude N145 were significantly increased in the cases than in control.
The initial goal of Age Reversal Therapeutics, Inc., is to fill missing biological gaps that confine humans to frustratingly short lifespans.
Method: The retrospective case series was conducted at the Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, and comprised records of patients aged 15 years or more who underwent colostomy reversal from January 2003 to December 2011.
Chamie noted that this turning point first occurred in Italy in 1995, and by 2000 the "Historic Reversal" had also taken place in six more countries--Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, Japan, Portugal, and Spain.
Unit root tests, presented in the Appendix, indicated a unit root for the BRL risk reversal. For the other currency returns and risk reversals, tests indicated stationarity, and therefore entered the VAR in levels, while for the BRL the risk reversal entered the VAR in first differences.