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To overthrow, invalidate, repeal, or revoke.

For example, an appeals court reverses the judgment, decree, or sentence of a lower court either by substituting its own decision or by returning the case to the lower court with instructions for a new trial.

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to revoke or set aside a judgment or a decree.
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TO REVERSE, practice. The decision of a superior court by which the judgment, sentence or decree of the inferior court is annulled.
     2. After a judgment, sentence or decree has been rendered by the court below, a writ of error may be issued from the superior to the inferior tribunal, when the record and all proceedings are sent to the supreme court on the return to the writ of error. When, on the examination of the record, the superior court gives a judgment different from the inferior court, they are said to reverse the proceeding. As to the effect of a reversal, see 9 C. & P. 513 S, C. 38 E. C. L. Rep. 201.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The repurchase and reverse repurchase agreements have the same explicit settlement date specified at the inception of the agreement.
The rate for seven-day reverse repurchase agreements remained at 2.55 percent, while the 14-day rate was at 2.70 per cent.
Computed to include reverse repurchase agreements entered into by banks, lending surged 19.9 percent from 18.8 percent.
The PSE also plans to offer surveillance services for other markets like securities reverse repurchase agreements and interest rate swaps.
dollars) of seven-day reverse repurchase agreements (repo) from Monday to Friday, a process in which central banks purchase securities from banks with an agreement to resell them in the future.
The People's Bank of China injected CNY 400 billion (USD 60.8 billion) into the financial system through reverse repurchase agreements, the biggest one-day injection since February 2013.
Bank lending growth was faster compared to the previous month's 13.6 percent net of reverse repurchase agreements (RRPs) while domestic liquidity as measured by M3 increased from 8.4 percent in July.
Reverse repurchase agreements is another tool to withdrawal liquidity.  In these transactions, the Fed essentially borrows short term from primary dealers, thus raising the borrowing cost in this market.
(12) By the late 1970s, a significant number of market participants had adopted a simpler way to borrow securities: by lending money and "reversing in" securities on special (or specific) collateral reverse repurchase agreements. (13) (Box 2 explains this method of borrowing.) The use of repurchase agreements to borrow securities for delivery against short sales relied on the established convention that a creditor was free to use repo securities to settle an outright sale to a third party.
* Repurchase Agreements and Reverse Repurchase Agreements (1986, 1995, 1998, 2000, 2003)
3, Deposits with Financial Institutions, Investments (including Repurchase Agreements), and Reverse Repurchase Agreements. It explains how, depending on certain sets of circumstances, deposits and investments with bank holding companies should be classified under the custodial risk categories in Statement no.