Meaning of revertible in English:


Pronunciation /rɪˈvəːtɪbl/


  • 1Able to be returned to a previous state.

    • ‘when considering a move to a new phone system it is wise to ask if the transition is revertible’
  • 2Law
    (of property) returning to the original owner or their heirs on the death of the present possessor or at the end of a lease.

    • ‘the assignment of land revertible to the estate after the death of the widow’