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say/think/decide etc otherwise

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsay/think/decide etc otherwisesay/think/decide etc otherwiseto say, think, or decide something different The government claims that the economy is improving, but this survey suggests otherwise. A lot of people think otherwise. otherwise
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say/think/decide etc otherwiseBut I wanted to have it on the record, in case any of you think otherwise.Many might seek to use the asylum route and, indeed, it would be naive to think otherwise.The rich supposedly think otherwise -- and manage to pay very little.But he knew that people thought otherwise, and that their false impression was his own fault.Donald thinks otherwise - and the upshot may be that he will sue.To think otherwise, it seems, is to reveal oneself as an ignoramus who does not know enough characters.People think otherwise, surely, from politicians: more simply, about horror, fear, survival?To say otherwise would be bitterness and we know better than to surrender.
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