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go into reverse

To move backwards or in the opposite direction. I just worry that our store's sales will go into reverse once everyone reads that terrible review in the paper.
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put (something) into reverse

To cause someone or something to move backwards in the opposite direction. I just worry that that terrible review in the paper will put our store's sales into reverse.
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in reverse

Backwards; in or facing the opposite direction; in the opposite order or position. Can be used as either an adjective or an adverb. Stop putting my books in reverse when you're cleaning! They're supposed to go A to Z, not Z to A! I think his password is just his birthday in reverse. Did you know that your shirt is in reverse? Your tag is sticking out at the back.
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the reverse of the medal

The opposite, contrary, or differing point of view about or aspect of something. Freelance writers have much greater flexibility in their schedule, as well as in the content they create; the reverse of the medal, of course, is that they rarely have anything resembling job security.
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the reverse of the medal (or shield)

the opposite view of a matter.
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go/put something into reˈverse

start to happen or make something happen in the opposite way: In the 1980s economic growth went into reverse.
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in reˈverse

in the opposite order or way; backwards: The secret number is my phone number in reverse.We did a similar trip to you, but in reverse.
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reverse gears

tv. to wretch as a prelude to vomiting; to vomit the stomach contents. Beavis is reversing gears and might be going to vomit. You never know with Beavis.
See also: gear, reverse

reverse (one's) field

To turn and proceed in the opposite direction.
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At last, the method used BP neural network to establish the DBN output terminal, reversely transmitted the recognition errors through the reverse transmitting property of BP network, which were kept as the important evidence for the tuning and continual optimization of the classification structure.
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I'd like to tell you that the first time I tried one of my reversely engineered Terry cartridges, it worked perfectly, but, alas, such was not the case.
For example, data rate up to 40 Gb/s has been reached by plasma-optic effect in reversely biased p-n junctions [5-9].
Notice that the simulation results given here are the output voltage signal of the antenna temperature contrast which is reversely amplified.
To get a total score in the AWS, all items are totaled after having items 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 11, and 14 reversely scored.
6E-F); and (c) unusual mineral compositions, such as heterogeneous plagioclase core and rim compositions, and complex mineral zoning (reverse and oscillatory zoning in crystals or normally and reversely zoned crystals in the same sample).
In reality, there may be a variety of channels through which bilateral trade would reversely affect the bilateral exchange rate.
For Items 3, 5, 8, 9, and 10 are reversely scored (Cronbach's alpha reliability of a .
Task-oriented coping was positively linked to positive affect and satisfaction with life, and reversely linked to negative affect.
it is possible these parameters could be calculated reversely based on the resistance intensity adjustment coefficient.
purchasing stocks in possession of inside information that would have a negative impact on the prices, or reversely selling stocks when knowing positive information, the courts took the deal as evidence rebutting the trader's intent to use the information.
HTLV-I Integrase (IN) is the enzyme responsible for the integration of reversely transcribed viral DNA (cDNA) into host cell DNA through two-step metal dependent reactions (10).
A higher score indicates greater agreement with the statement (1 = 'strongly disagree' to 6 = 'strongly agree'), except for items 6 and 9 which were reversely scored.