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reversible
American English: /rəˈvərsəb(ə)l/
British English: /rɪˈvəːsɪb(ə)l/

Translation of reversible in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1.1
    (jacket/coat)
    Example sentences
    • There are quite a few fabrics suitable for reversible jackets.
    • Beck flipped his jacket inside out, it being a reversible garment, and then pulled off his shirt, changing it with one from the backpack.
    • Then you have these reversible jackets, which have bronzed satin type fabric on one side and oatmeal speckles on the other.
    1.2
    (decision/verdict)
    revocable
    Example sentences
    • The essential process involves a reversible change of state, i.e., liquid to vapor to liquid.
    • Each sensor of the array undergoes a reversible change in electrical resistance when exposed to a vapor or analyte.
    • Upon heating, they undergo a reversible transition leading to a partly a-helical structure.

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