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Reversible vs. Reversable

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Reversibleadjective

Able to be reversed.

Reversableadjective

reversible.

Reversibleadjective

(of clothing) Able to be worn inside out.

Reversibleadjective

Capable of proceeding in either direction.

Reversibleadjective

Capable of returning to the original state.

Reversibleadjective

(thermodynamics) Capable of returning to the original state without consumption of free energy and increase of entropy.

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Reversibleadjective

Capable of being reversed; as, a chair or seat having a reversible back; a reversible judgment or sentence.

Reversibleadjective

Hence, having a pattern or finished surface on both sides, so that either may be used; - said of fabrics.

Reversiblenoun

a garment (especially a coat) that can be worn inside out (with either side of the cloth showing)

Reversibleadjective

capable of reversing or being reversed;

‘reversible hypertension’;

Reversibleadjective

capable of being reversed or used with either side out;

‘a reversible jacket’;

Reversibleadjective

capable of being reversed;

‘a reversible decision is one that can be appealed or vacated’;

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Reversibleadjective

capable of assuming or producing either of two states;

‘a reversible chemical reaction’; ‘a reversible cell’;

Reversibleadjective

able to be turned the other way round

‘a reversible pushchair seat’;

Reversibleadjective

(of a garment or fabric) faced on both sides so as to be worn or used with either outside

‘a reversible duvet cover’; ‘a reversible jacket’;

Reversibleadjective

(of the effects of a process or condition) capable of being reversed so that the previous state or situation is restored

‘potentially reversible forms of renal failure’;

Reversibleadjective

(of a reaction) occurring together with its converse, and so yielding an equilibrium mixture of reactants and products

‘the formation of ethyl acetate from ethyl alcohol and acetic acid is a reversible reaction’;

Reversibleadjective

(of a change or process) capable of complete and detailed reversal, especially denoting or undergoing an ideal change in which a system is in thermodynamic equilibrium at all times

‘the entropy change is zero only in the limiting case of a reversible process’;

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Reversibleadjective

(of a colloid) capable of being changed from a gel into a sol by a reversal of the treatment which turns the sol into a gel

‘a reversible sol–gel transformation’;

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