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vi·ce ver·sa

 (vī′sə vûr′sə, vīs′)
adv. Abbr. v.v.
With the order or meaning reversed; conversely.

[Latin vice versā : vice, ablative of *vix, position + versā, feminine ablative of versus, past participle of vertere, to turn.]

vice versa

(ˈvaɪsɪ ˈvɜːsə)
adv
with the order reversed; the other way around
[C17: from Latin: relations being reversed, from vicis change + vertere to turn]

vi•ce ver•sa

(ˈvaɪ sə ˈvɜr sə, ˈvaɪs, ˈvaɪ si)
adv.
in reverse order from that of a preceding statement; conversely: She likes me, and vice versa.
[1595–1605; < Latin, =vice vice3 + versā, abl. singular feminine of versus, past participle of vertere to turn]

vice versa

- An adverb, it is a Latin phrase, literally, "the position being reversed; inturned position."
See also related terms for reverse.

vice versa

A Latin phrase meaning relations being reversed, used to mean in reversed order or the other way round.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.vice versa - with the order reversed; "she hates him and vice versa"

vice versa

adverb the other way round, conversely, in reverse, contrariwise We've the utmost confidence in him and vice versa.
Translations
والعَكْسُ بِالعَكْسوالعَكْس بالعَكْس
naopak
vice versa
päinvastoin
obrnuto
gagnkvæmt, öfugt
逆に
반대로
atvirkščiai
otrādipretēji
vice-versavice versa
vice versa
ในทางกลับกัน
ngược lại

vice versa

[ˈvaɪsɪˈvɜːsə] ADVviceversa, al revés

vice versa

[ˌvaɪsəˈvɜːrsə] advvice versa

vice versa

advumgekehrt; economics determine politics, rather than vice versadie Volkswirtschaft bestimmt die Politik und nicht umgekehrt

vice versa

[ˌvaɪsɪˈvɜːsə] advviceversa

vice versa

(vaisiˈvəːsə) adverb
(of two things or people) the other way round. Dogs often chase cats but not usually vice versa.

vice versa

والعَكْسُ بِالعَكْس naopak vice versa umgekehrt τανάπαλιν viceversa päinvastoin vice versa obrnuto viceversa 逆に 반대로 vice versa omvendt odwrotnie vice-versa наоборот vice versa ในทางกลับกัน ya da aksine ngược lại 反之亦然
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Asked to differentiate between European and Chinese poetry, some critics would perhaps insist upon their particular colour sense, instancing the curious fact that where we see blue to them it often appears green, and vice versa, or the tone theories that make their poems so difficult to understand; in fact, a learned treatise would be written on these lines, to prove that the Chinese poets were not human beings as we understand humanity at all.
He could not open the door without first closing the closet door, and VICE VERSA.
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Psycho-physical parallelism is the theory that mental and physical events each have causes in their own sphere, but run on side by side owing to the fact that every state of the brain coexists with a definite state of the mind, and vice versa.
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Look at the Greek pediment inscribed upon the Roman pediment, and vice versa.
What I hate to-day I adore to-morrow, and vice versa.
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The new project once inaugurated will ensure smooth and hassle-free flow of traffic to motorists coming from Sharjah to Umm Al Quwain and vice versa.
The author, George Pan Kouloukis, a Greek attorney-at-law, a barrister, explains in his book how the seasons of our lives alternate from good to bad ones - and vice versa - according to a certain pattern, based on the way the good and bad seasons have alternated in the lives of lots of famous men and women, whose the biographies he cites in the book.
Rotational rubbing of left thumb clasped in right palm and vice versa.
BEIRUT: Caretaker Foreign Minister Ali Shami said Tuesday Lebanese-Syrian ties were governed by the 1989 Taif Accord, which stipulates that Lebanon's security is dependent on that of Syria and vice versa.