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about-face to turn to the opposite direction, opinion, or the like; reverse oneself. [1/3 definitions]
anti- opposite; reverse of. [1/3 definitions]
antiperistalsis reverse movement in the intestines, alimentary canal, or similar organs, causing the contents of these organs to move backwards.
appellate having to do with appeals, esp. having the power to review and reverse a lower court's decisions.
back the part or side that is opposite the front; reverse; rear. [3/15 definitions]
backspin a reverse spin put on a ball, such as a billiard or tennis ball, that causes it to stop suddenly or move in a backward direction.
backward in reverse order; in a way that is the opposite of that which is usual. [2/8 definitions]
blog shortened from "Web log," an online journal that may be personal or topical, in which the author makes regular entries that appear in reverse chronological order and can be read by the general public. [1/2 definitions]
coaster brake a brake on freewheeling bicycles operated by reverse pressure on the pedals.
commutate to reverse the direction of (alternating current) to create direct current.
converse2 opposite; reverse. [2 definitions]
countdown the act or procedure of counting in reverse in preparation for some event, such as the firing of a rocket, to occur at "zero". [1/2 definitions]
cutback a quick shift to the reverse direction, as of a runner in football. [1/2 definitions]
de- reverse; negate. [1/4 definitions]
double to reverse one's direction (usu. fol. by back). [1/19 definitions]
down1 a reverse; lapse. [1/21 definitions]
equilibrium in chemistry, a condition in which a reaction and its reverse happen at the same rate, preserving constant proportions of the reactants involved. [1/3 definitions]
granny knot a knot begun like a square knot, but in which the second interlace is the reverse of that of a square knot.
invert to reverse or set opposite in order, position, direction, effect, or the like. [1/4 definitions]
irreversible impossible to reverse, turn back, or alter.
overrule to replace or reverse (a ruling) by virtue of higher authority. [1/3 definitions]