A phrase used to indicate that the preceding phrase is true, both as it is, and also if you flip the two terms within.
You can save energy by saving water - and vice versa. (You can save energy by saving water, and you can save water by saving energy.)
by Em S January 31, 2009
(from Dictionary.com) >> adverb
in reverse order from the way something has been stated; the other way around:
She dislikes me, and vice versa.
Copernicus was the first to suggest that the earth revolves around the sun, and not vice versa.
by LastOfTheOldHighGuard November 9, 2018
When 2 phrases/words/whatever in a sentence are swapped around.
"I'm gonna eat cereal for lunch and a sandwich for breakfast wait no vice versa"
by Spaghetti.P May 21, 2022
it's a way of saying something but it's flipped
Chris- "what means vice versa?"
Carson- "it's like saying something buts its flipped, so if i said "the mouse is scared of the elephant", you would say vice versa or somethin"
by maceythecat_ March 23, 2019
When something is opposite of another thing.
"If your team scores, you get 5 points, and vice versa"
"Lol, my shirt is vice versa"
by Lukas P May 6, 2008
When someone uses vice versa, you can use this to re-reverse it.
by layla_bby June 9, 2021