versa

All Noun Adverb
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  • I think the character became kind of like me and vice versa.
  • Major characters in one novel may become minor ones in the next, or vice versa.
  • In fact the stream received its current name much later, after the city, not vice versa.
  • A score can be constructed from a complete set of parts and vice versa.
  • When the attack changes direction, the trail becomes the lead and vice-versa.
  • If it contains itself, then it should not contain itself, and vice versa.
  • The player can also trade increased skill in combat over hit points, or vice versa.
  • Some bus lines goes vice versa from the west coast to the east cost of the city.
  • This goes into the debate on whether economic growth causes social growth or vice versa.
  • The meaning of the river name is from the valley or vice versa.
  • In other words, the mental cannot cause the physical and vice versa.
  • As has been said the extra inhabitants supported the city's trade and vice versa.
  • It is not clear whether the river was named after the tribe or vice versa.
  • Where the society has a strong impact on the individual behavior and vice versa.
  • That is, mass can be expressed in terms of energy and vice versa.
  • Crime Branch officers can be transferred to the law and order police, and also vice versa.
  • This means that real money can be deposited for game money and vice versa.
  • He put one sister in a well while he raped the other, and vice versa.
  • Some of the films made in Germany have French titles and vice-versa.
  • This can create confusion when English speakers visit these countries or vice versa.
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