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An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
a. upside down (inverted)
¡Colgaste el póster al revés! Tienes que darlo vuelta.You hung the poster upside down! You need to flip it.
b. inside out (everted)
Para preservar los colores, lava la ropa al revés en el lavarropas.Turn the clothes inside out when you put them in the washing machine to preserve the colors.
c. the other way around
Regionalism used in the United States
¿Entonces primero vamos al cine y después a cenar? - No, al revés. El restorán cierra temprano.So we're going to the movies first and then we have dinner? - No, the other way around. The restaurant closes early.
d. the other way round (United Kingdom)
Gira el grifo al revés para cerrarlo.Turn the water tap the other way round to close it.
Si lees el nombre Otto al revés, estás diciendo la misma palabra.If you read the name Otto backwards, you are still saying the same word.
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