The descriptions for review task result types 22 and 23 are swapped in the Data Explorer.
For context, these are the internal database numbers used to indicate the type of review someone made on a post in any review queue, and are global to all review queues. 22 and 23 are used to indicate when an author or a moderator has chosen to override the outcome of a suggested edit.
As the table below says, review type ID 22 is named
SuggestedEditOverrideToApproved, and based on that name, it's used for overriding a previously rejected edit into an approved one. Testing confirms that that's the case. (The system, being security-minded, didn't let me actually submit the review, but did show me a dialog box which was the right way around.)
However, the description in SEDE has it the wrong way around: it says "Previously approved suggested edit has been rejected".
Similarly, review type ID 23 is named
SuggestedEditOverrideToRejected. Based on that name, it's used for overriding a previously approved edit into a rejected one, and the same testing method confirms that that's the case. But the description incorrectly states "Previously rejected suggested edit has been approved".
Here's a link to all the review task result types, their names, and human-readable descriptions, and a screenshot of the relevant entries in the table:
Can this please be fixed?