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Translation of "contrary" - English-Spanish dictionary

contrary

noun   /ˈkɒn·trər·i/
on the contrary
used to show that the opposite of what has just been said is true al contrario ‘You’re a vegetarian, aren’t you?’ ‘On the contrary – I love meat.’11842177
to the contrary
saying or showing the opposite de lo contrario She claimed she was innocent, despite evidence to the contrary.
adjective   /ˈkɒn·trər·i/
contrary to something
opposite to what someone said or thought al contrario de algo Contrary to popular belief, he is not a stupid man.
(Definition of contrary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

contrary

adjective /ˈkontrəri/
(often with to) opposite (to) or in disagreement (with) contrario a That decision was contrary to my wishes Contrary to popular belief he is an able politician.
on the contrary
the very opposite (is true) al contrario ’Are you busy?’ ’No, on the contrary, I’m not doing anything at the moment.’
(Definition of contrary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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