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to go the wrong way / to go against one-way traffic regulation
to turn back / to reverse
  *逆* | 逆* | *逆
contrary / opposite / backwards / to go against / to oppose / to betray / to rebel
anticlockwise / counterclockwise
to go against the wind / contrary wind / a headwind
to be in defiance of the natural order
backwards / reverse direction
against the current / upstream
to rebel / to revolt / a rebel
reversing (e.g. electric current)
inverse order
reversible / (math.) invertible
against the stream / adverse current / a countercurrent / fig. reactionary tendency / to go against the trend
adversity / predicament
to sail against the current / (fig.) to go against the flow
guest-house / inn
to seem to grow younger / to regain one's youthful looks
trade deficit / adverse trade balance
disgraceful (of behavior that is unfilial, rebellious or otherwise in grave breach of the norms of society)
inverse operation / inverse calculation
reverse reaction / counterreaction / inverse response
to resign oneself to adversity (idiom); to grin and bear it / to submit meekly to insults, maltreatment, humiliation etc
backlighting (lighting design)
submit to me and prosper, or oppose me and perish
study is like rowing upstream – if you don't keep pushing forward, you fall behind
to go against the tide (idiom); to do things all wrong / to try to turn back history / a perverse way of doing things
lit. navigating a boat against the current (idiom) / fig. in a tough environment (one needs to work hard)
to disobey / to defy an edict / to violate / to go against / to run counter to
reverse transcriptase
very friendly / intimate
reverse psychology
like rowing a boat upstream, if you stop moving forward you fall back (idiom)
reverse flow of 氣|气 (TCM)
bad luck / unlucky fate
converse theorem (math.)
rebellious behavior / opposite / ob-
disobedient to parents
to go against / to do sth contrary to (sb's wishes)
to hiccup / to belch
unnatural relationship (parricide, incest etc) / unfilial conduct / against social morals
renegade / traitor and bandit
reverse transcription virus / retrovirus
intimate friendship / bosom buddies
loyal advice jars on the ears (idiom)
adverse trade balance / trade deficit
rebellious minister
(of an engine) to backfire
unpleasant to hear / grates on the ear (of home truths)
reverse osmosis
(zoo.) orca / killer whale
unfilial son
to violate / to go against
to foresee / to predict
multiplicative inverse (math.)
reverse fault (geology) / compression fault, where one block pushes over the other at dip of less than 45 degrees
speech that grates on the ear (idiom); bitter truths / home truths (that one does not want to hear)
inverse map (math.)
unfavorable / undesired
traitor's property / breech delivery
invaders (insulting term) / foreign aggressors
(geology) anaclinal
lit. violating heaven and reason (idiom); immoral character
to go against the tide (idiom); to do things all wrong / to try to turn back history / a perverse way of doing things
equatorial counter current
to wipe out the villains (e.g. insurgents, or people of another race)
belching and retching counterflow (medical term)
to go back to the source
to rebel / to revolt
inverted turn (ornament in music)

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