Examples of reversible in a Sentence
Fortunately, the damage is reversible.
Recent Examples of reversible from the Web
But the damage done by lack of food and water is usually reversible — especially for adolescents.
Kessler's specific type of interstitial lung disease is caused by allergens — doctors suspect the culprit was either mold or bird feathers — and in her case is not reversible.
Routine under-sleeping can cause permanent damage to the skin and eyes after an initial period of reversible damage.
The reversible golf course at The Retreat and Links at Silvies Valley Ranch is far from the only quirk guests will experience.
The camp, which costs $175, also includes a reversible Harkless jersey, an autograph and daily raffle prizes.
The current thinking on restoration in the art world is that anything a restorer does has to be reversible, and done with materials (mindful of) future generations who may have a different philosophy on what a restoration should be.
The method is also reversible, as the effects wear off three days after taking it.
The pillow and blanket are made in conjunction with Pendleton Woolen Mills and are fully reversible.
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REVERSIBLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reversible for English Language Learners
: able to be changed back to an earlier or original state
: able to be stopped and not causing permanent damage or changes
: having two sides that can be used
medical Definition of reversible
- the chemical reaction was not reversible
- reversible hypertension
- a reversible vasectomy
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