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vice versa

  
  
contrariwise, conversely, in reverse, the other way round  
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vice  
1    corruption, degeneracy, depravity, evil, evildoing, immorality, iniquity, profligacy, sin, turpitude, venality, wickedness  
2    blemish, defect, failing, fault, imperfection, shortcoming, weakness  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    honour, morality, virtue  
2    attainment, gift, good point, strong point, talent  


vice versa     
contrariwise, conversely, in reverse, the other way round  

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vice versa

  
  
Vice versa is used to indicate that the reverse of what you have said is true. For example `women may bring their husbands with them, and vice versa' means that men may also bring their wives with them.  
vice versa      phrase   usu and/or/not PHR  
Teachers qualified to teach in England are not accepted in Scotland and vice versa.     

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vice versa     
Vice versa is used to indicate that the reverse of what you have said is true. For example `women may bring their husbands with them, and vice versa' means that men may also bring their wives with them.  
vice versa             phrase   usu and/or/not PHR  
Teachers qualified to teach in England are not accepted in Scotland and vice versa.     

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vice     ( vices    plural  )
1       n-count   A vice is a habit which is regarded as a weakness in someone's character, but not usually as a serious fault.  
Intellectual pretension was never one of his vices.     
2       n-uncount   Vice refers to criminal activities, especially those connected with pornography or prostitution.  
He said those responsible for offences connected with vice, gaming and drugs should be deported on conviction.     
3       n-count   A vice is a tool with a pair of parts that hold an object tightly while you do work on it.  
  (BRIT)  
in AM, use vise     


vice-     
Vice- is used before a rank or title to indicate that someone is next in importance to the person who holds the rank or title mentioned.      prefix  
...America's vice-president..., Tim Munton becomes the new vice-captain.     
vice-chancellor        ( vice-chancellors    plural  )
1       n-count   In a British university, the vice-chancellor is the person in charge of academic and administrative matters.  
2       n-count   In an American university, the vice-chancellor is the person next in rank below the chancellor, who acts as the chancellor's deputy or substitute.  
vice squad        ( vice squads    plural  ) Thevice squad is the section of a police force that deals with crime relating to pornography, prostitution, and gambling.      n-count   usu the N in sing, N n  
...ten vice-squad officers.     
vice versa     
Vice versa is used to indicate that the reverse of what you have said is true. For example `women may bring their husbands with them, and vice versa' means that men may also bring their wives with them.  
vice versa      phrase   usu and/or/not PHR  
Teachers qualified to teach in England are not accepted in Scotland and vice versa.     

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voice, vie, view

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