Definitions for vice versaˈvaɪ sə ˈvɜr sə, ˈvaɪs, ˈvaɪ si
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vice versa, the other way around, contrariwise(adverb)
with the order reversed
"she hates him and vice versa"
The same but with the two things or people mentioned reversed.
Origin: From ablative absolute vice versa, from feminine third declension noun vicis + feminine ablative singular of perfect passive participle versus, from verto.
Vice Versa: A Lesson to Fathers is a novel by F. Anstey, first published in 1882. The title originates from the Latin phrase, "vice versa", meaning "the other way around".
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
What is good for the country is good for General Motors and vice versa.
More anticipated the beginning.... Less welcome is the end.... and vice versa
He and Patsy didn’t always agree on everything, but she loved him. And vice versa.
Leadership is reaching of those who lead out to those who are led and not the vice versa.
because for years I thought what was good for the country was good for General Motors and vice versa.
Translations for vice versa
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- viceversaCatalan, Valencian
- contrariamente, viceversaSpanish
- ümberpöördult, vastupidiEstonian
- بالعکس, برعکسPersian
- toistepäin, toisinpäin, päinvastoinFinnish
- vice versaFrench
- vice versaInterlingua
- juga sebaliknyaIndonesian
- 反対, 逆Japanese
- vice versa, omgekeerdDutch
- vice-versa, vice versaPortuguese
- vice versaRomanian
- vice versaSwedish
- tam tersiTurkish
- ngược lạiVietnamese
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