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Is it possible to reverse a password hashed with bcrypt?
No. Hashing is not reversible.
What is usually referred to as "cracking a hash" is to throw lots and lots of strings on the hash function and comparing the output with the list of hashes (a.k.a. "brute force").
If the password is in a dictionary (such as rockyou.txt) or is easily guessable, then tools like hashcat or john the ripper may be able to crack the hashed password using brute force.