vice versa

[ vahy-suh vur-suh, vahys, vahy-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF vice versa
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And vice versa, if the effect be not known, the power cannot be known nor felt.

Civilization has evils unknown to the savage state; and vice versa.

If she says a patient will get well, he always does, and vice versa.

Some “modern” preparations are astonishingly ancient, and vice versa.

When it is completed, the monkey will have taken the place of the cat, and vice versa.

The mandrake was clearly a surrogate of the shell or vice versa.

In proportion as he excels in billiards he will be lacking in business, and vice versa.

The physical must be developed, but not at the expense of the mental, and vice versa.

Rarely will a mulatto girl marry a black man, and vice versa.

Schlaffing and Socketing may be avoided by adding a hook with a top-spin or vice versa.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, Latin, from vice, ablative of vicis "a turn, change" (see vicarious) + versa, feminine ablative singular of versus, past participle of vertere "to turn, turn about" (see versus).

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