reversibly

reversible

[ri-vur-suh-buhl]
adjective
1.
capable of reversing or of being reversed.
2.
capable of reestablishing the original condition after a change by the reverse of the change.
3.
(of a fabric) woven or printed so that either side may be exposed.
4.
that can be worn with either side out: a reversible jacket.
noun
5.
a garment, especially a coat, that can be worn with either side exposed.

Origin:
1640–50; reverse + -ible

reversibility, reversibleness, noun
reversibly, adverb
nonreversibility, noun
nonreversible, adjective
nonreversibleness, noun
nonreversibly, adverb
unreversible, adjective
unreversibleness, noun
unreversibly, adverb
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reversible (rɪˈvɜːsəbəl)
 
adj
1.  capable of being reversed: a reversible decision
2.  capable of returning to an original condition
3.  chem, physics capable of assuming or producing either of two possible states and changing from one to the other: a reversible reaction
4.  thermodynamics (of a change, process, etc) occurring through a number of intermediate states that are all in thermodynamic equilibrium
5.  (of a fabric or garment) woven, printed, or finished so that either side may be used as the outer side
 
n
6.  a reversible garment, esp a coat
 
reversi'bility
 
n
 
re'versibly
 
adv

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