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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 30, 2009
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True of COVID-19 sufferers and of George Floyd. The key phrase at this moment in American history.
"I can't breathe, said Floyd as he was being suffocated. "I can't breathe" thought more than 100,000 victims as they were dying of Covid. "I can't breathe" chanted countless Americans in the streets, protesting enduring police brutality.
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(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.
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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"
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