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viceprefix

(also vice-) uk   us   /vaɪs/
used as part of the title of particular positions. The person who holds one of these positions is next below in authority to the person who holds the full position and can act for them: the vice captain of the team a vice admiral
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vicenoun

uk   us   /vaɪs/

vice noun (FAULT)

C2 [C or U] a moral fault or weakness in someone's character: Greed, pride, envy, and lust are considered to be vices.mainly humorous My one real vice (= bad habit) is chocolate. [U] illegal and immoral activities, especially involving illegal sex, drugs, etc.: The chief of police said that he was committed to wiping out vice in the city.

vice noun (TOOL)

[C] mainly UK (US usually vise) a tool with two parts that can be moved together by tightening a screw so that an object can be held firmly between them while it is being worked on: Vices are often used to hold pieces of wood that are being cut or smoothed. Her hand tightened like a vice around his arm.
Traducciones de “vice”
en árabe رَذيلة…
en coreano 비행…
in Malaysian ragum…
en francés étau…
en turco zaaf, kusur, kişilik zayıflığı…
en italiano vizio…
en chino (tradicionál) 副職的, 副的…
en ruso порок, зло, преступление…
en polaco wada, prostytucja i narkotyki, imadło…
in Vietnamese mỏ cặp, êtô…
en español torno de banco…
en portugués vício…
in Thai คีมจับ…
en alemán der Schraubstock…
en catalán vici…
en japonés 悪癖…
in Indonesian tanggam…
en chino (simplificado) 副职的, 副的…
(Definition of vice from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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