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    Smile in reverse order OR in the reverse order ???

    "I played these musical notes in (the) reverse order."

    In this case, is "the" necessary before "reverse"?
    My dictionary says that "in reverse order" is correct, but
    I guess "in the reverse order" is the right answer.
    Thank you in advance.


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    Re: in reverse order OR in the reverse order ???

    "In reverse order" is correct.

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