Definition of vice versa in English:

vice versa

adverb

  • With the main items in the preceding statement the other way round.

    ‘cruise from Cairo to Aswan or vice versa’
    • ‘Everett knew everything about her, and vice versa.’
    • ‘I don't have a bone to pick with them and vice versa.’
    • ‘Please view the italics as simply the opposite of the regular format, and vice versa.’
    • ‘You can only compose if you understand how to conduct and vice versa.’
    • ‘I wanted HIM to come running to ME, not vice versa.’
    • ‘Yuki introduced Kisho to everyone and vice versa.’
    • ‘But Clay knows I know him better than anyone else possibly could, and vice versa.’
    • ‘It was now both of their turns to watch out, so as Megan stepped she would look down the hall on Marvolo's side and vice versa.’
    conversely, inversely, the other way round, contrariwise, oppositely, in reverse, reciprocally
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Origin

Early 17th century: from Latin, literally ‘in-turned position’.

Pronunciation

vice versa

/ˌvʌɪs ˈvəːsə//vʌɪsə ˈvəːsə/