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Meaning of “conversely” - Learner’s Dictionary

conversely

adverb     /ˈkɒnvɜːsli/
used to introduce something that is different to something you have just said: Dark lipsticks make your mouth look smaller. Conversely, light shades make it larger.Different and difference
Translations of “conversely”
in Russian наоборот…
in Turkish bunun aksine, zıddına, tam tersi olarak…
in Polish odwrotnie, wręcz przeciwnie…
(Definition of conversely from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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