- The state of being reversed.
- An instance of reversing.
- 2019 October, Tony Miles, “Chase Line service to be split next May”, in Modern Railways, page 17:
- Running via Aston would require a reversal at New Street and this will be taken into account during the planning and normal industry testing processes.
- A change in fortune; a change from being successful to having problems.
Reversal of trains often takes place at a terminus, where the driver walks to the cab at the other end of the train; if hauled by a locomotive, that moves to the other end if the train if the train has no driving cab at the other end.
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reversal (not comparable)
- Intended to reverse; implying reversal.
- (Can we find and add a quotation of Bishop Burnet to this entry?)
reversal (plural reversales)
- used to describe a type of diplomatic note