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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreversiblere‧vers‧i‧ble /rɪˈvɜːsəbəl $ -ɜːr-/ AWL adjective  1 a change that is reversible can be changed back to how it was before opp irreversible A lot of chemical reactions are reversible.2 a piece of clothing or material that is reversible can be worn with either side showing on the outside a reversible jacket
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reversibleHowever, with a currency board, the process is reversible.In addition, the resulting change in reserves can be predicted precisely and open market operations are readily reversible.Because of the low activation energies, such reactions are often readily reversible at room temperature.The program supplies more than 30 percent of all couples using reversible contraceptives.It is important to note that this procedure is not reversible, nor does it allow for post-inspection audit.Benches with reversible tops give the option of either a smooth surface or recessed gravel trays for summer and are particularly useful.It is a very reliable reversible type of non-hormonal contraceptive.Smokers gradually lose their sense of smell, but this is reversible when they quit.
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