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Normal vs. Reverse

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Normaladjective

according to norms or rules

‘Organize the data into third normal form.’;

Reverseadjective

Opposite, contrary; going in the opposite direction.

‘We ate the meal in reverse order, starting with dessert and ending with the starter.’; ‘The mirror showed us a reverse view of the scene.’;

Normaladjective

healthy; not sick or ill

‘John is feeling normal again.’;

Reverseadjective

Pertaining to engines, vehicle movement etc. moving in a direction opposite to the usual direction.

‘He selected reverse gear.’;

Normaladjective

teaching teachers how to teach to certain norms

‘My grandmother attended Mankato State Normal School.’;

Reverseadjective

To be in the non-default position; to be set for the lesser-used route.

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Normaladjective

(chemistry) of, relating to, or being a solution containing one equivalent weight of solute per litre of solution

Reverseadjective

Turned upside down; greatly disturbed.

Normaladjective

(organic chemistry) describing a straight chain isomer of an aliphatic hydrocarbon, or an aliphatic compound in which a substituent is in the 1- position of such a hydrocarbon

Reverseadjective

(botany) Reversed.

‘a reverse shell’;

Normaladjective

in which all parts of an object vibrate at the same frequency normal mode]]

Reverseadjective

(genetics) In which cDNA synthetization is obtained from an RNA template.

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Normaladjective

in the default position, set for the most frequently used route

Reverseadverb

In a reverse way or direction; upside-down.

Normaladjective

(geometry) perpendicular to a tangent of a curve or derivative of a surface

Reversenoun

The opposite of something.

‘We believed the Chinese weren't ready for us. In fact, the reverse was true.’;

Normaladjective

(mathematics) adhering to or being what is considered natural or regular in a particular field or context:

Reversenoun

The act of going backwards; a reversal.

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Normaladjective

(of a real number) whose digits, in any base representation, enjoy a uniform distribution

Reversenoun

A piece of misfortune; a setback.

Normaladjective

with cosets which form a group

Reversenoun

The tails side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that is opposite the obverse.

Normaladjective

which is the splitting field of a family of polynomials in K

Reversenoun

The side of something facing away from a viewer, or from what is considered the front; the other side.

Normaladjective

which has a very specific bell curve shape; that is or has the qualities of a normal distribution

Reversenoun

The gear setting of an automobile that makes it travel backwards.

Normaladjective

which has a normal distribution; which is associated with random variable that has a normal distribution

Reversenoun

A thrust in fencing made with a backward turn of the hand; a backhanded stroke.

Normaladjective

which is pre-compact

Reversenoun

(surgery) A turn or fold made in bandaging, by which the direction of the bandage is changed.

Normaladjective

which is strictly monotonically increasing and continuous with respect to the order topology

Reverseverb

(intransitive) To turn something around such that it faces in the opposite direction.

Normaladjective

which commutes with its conjugate transpose

Reverseverb

(intransitive) To turn something inside out or upside down.

Normaladjective

which commutes with its adjoint

Reverseverb

(intransitive) To transpose the positions of two things.

Normaladjective

(category theory) being (as a morphism) or containing (as a category) only normal epimorphism(s) or monomorphism(s), that is, those which are the kernel or cokernel of some morphism, respectively

Reverseverb

(transitive) To change totally; to alter to the opposite.

Normaladjective

in which disjoint closed sets can be separated by disjoint neighborhoods

Reverseverb

To return, come back.

Normalnoun

(geometry) a line or vector that is perpendicular to another line, surface, or plane.

Reverseverb

To turn away; to cause to depart.

Normalnoun

a person who is normal, who fits into mainstream society, as opposed to those who live alternative lifestyles.

Reverseverb

To cause to return; to recall.

Normalnoun

(uncountable) the usual state.

‘His workload is now back to normal.’; ‘Heavy workload is the new normal.’;

Reverseverb

(legal) To revoke a law, or to change a decision into its opposite.

‘to reverse a judgment, sentence, or decree’;

Normaladjective

According to an established norm, rule, or principle; conformed to a type, standard, or regular form; performing the proper functions; not abnormal; regular; natural; analogical.

‘Deviations from the normal type.’;

Reverseverb

(ergative) To cause a mechanism or a vehicle to operate or move in the opposite direction to normal.

Normaladjective

According to a square or rule; perpendicular; forming a right angle; as, a line normal to the base. Specifically: Of or pertaining to a normal.

Reverseverb

(chemistry) To change the direction of a reaction such that the products become the reactants and vice-versa.

Normaladjective

Standard; original; exact; typical.

Reverseverb

To place a set of points in the reverse position

Normalnoun

Any perpendicular.

Reverseverb

to move from the normal position to the reverse position

Normalnoun

A straight line or plane drawn from any point of a curve or surface so as to be perpendicular to the curve or surface at that point.

Reverseverb

To overthrow; to subvert.

Normalnoun

something regarded as a normative example;

‘the convention of not naming the main character’; ‘violence is the rule not the exception’; ‘his formula for impressing visitors’;

Reverseadjective

Turned backward; having a contrary or opposite direction; hence; opposite or contrary in kind; as, the reverse order or method.

Normaladjective

conforming with or constituting a norm or standard or level or type or social norm; not abnormal;

‘serve wine at normal room temperature’; ‘normal diplomatic relations’; ‘normal working hours’; ‘normal word order’; ‘normal curiosity’; ‘the normal course of events’;

Reverseadjective

Turned upside down; greatly disturbed.

‘He found the sea diverseWith many a windy storm reverse.’;

Normaladjective

in accordance with scientific laws

Reverseadjective

Reversed; as, a reverse shell.

Normaladjective

being approximately average or within certain limits in e.g. intelligence and development;

‘a perfectly normal child’; ‘of normal intelligence’; ‘the most normal person I've ever met’;

Reversenoun

That which appears or is presented when anything, as a lance, a line, a course of conduct, etc., is reverted or turned contrary to its natural direction.

‘He did so with the reverse of the lance.’;

Normaladjective

forming a right angle

Reversenoun

That which is directly opposite or contrary to something else; a contrary; an opposite.

‘And then mistook reverse of wrong for right.’; ‘To make everything the reverse of what they have seen, is quite as easy as to destroy.’;

Reversenoun

The act of reversing; complete change; reversal; hence, total change in circumstances or character; especially, a change from better to worse; misfortune; a check or defeat; as, the enemy met with a reverse.

‘The strange reverse of fate you see;I pitied you, now you may pity me.’; ‘By a reverse of fortune, Stephen becomes rich.’;

Reversenoun

The back side; as, the reverse of a drum or trench; the reverse of a medal or coin, that is, the side opposite to the obverse. See Obverse.

Reversenoun

A thrust in fencing made with a backward turn of the hand; a backhanded stroke.

Reversenoun

A turn or fold made in bandaging, by which the direction of the bandage is changed.

Reverseverb

To turn back; to cause to face in a contrary direction; to cause to depart.

‘And that old dame said many an idle verse,Out of her daughter's heart fond fancies to reverse.’;

Reverseverb

To cause to return; to recall.

‘And to his fresh remembrance did reverseThe ugly view of his deformed crimes.’;

Reverseverb

To change totally; to alter to the opposite.

‘Reverse the doom of death.’; ‘She reversed the conduct of the celebrated vicar of Bray.’;

Reverseverb

To turn upside down; to invert.

‘A pyramid reversed may stand upon his point if balanced by admirable skill.’;

Reverseverb

Hence, to overthrow; to subvert.

‘These can divide, and these reverse, the state.’; ‘Custom . . . reverses even the distinctions of good and evil.’;

Reverseverb

To overthrow by a contrary decision; to make void; to under or annual for error; as, to reverse a judgment, sentence, or decree.

Reverseverb

To return; to revert.

Reverseverb

To become or be reversed.

Reversenoun

a relation of direct opposition;

‘we thought Sue was older than Bill but just the reverse was true’;

Reversenoun

the gears by which the motion of a machine can be reversed

Reversenoun

an unfortunate happening that hinders of impedes; something that is thwarting or frustrating

Reversenoun

the side of a coin or medal that does not bear the principal design

Reversenoun

(American football) a running play in which a back running in one direction hands the ball to a back running in the opposite direction

Reversenoun

turning in the opposite direction

Reverseverb

change to the contrary;

‘The trend was reversed’; ‘the tides turned against him’; ‘public opinion turned when it was revealed that the president had an affair with a White House intern’;

Reverseverb

turn inside out or upside down

Reverseverb

rule against;

‘The Republicans were overruled when the House voted on the bill’;

Reverseverb

annul by recalling or rescinding;

‘He revoked the ban on smoking’; ‘lift an embargo’; ‘vacate a death sentence’;

Reverseadjective

directed or moving toward the rear;

‘a rearward glance’; ‘a rearward movement’;

Reverseadjective

reversed (turned backward) in order or nature or effect

Reverseadjective

of the transmission gear causing backward movement in a motor vehicle;

‘in reverse gear’;

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