English version

the converse

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe conversethe converseformalOPPOSITE/REVERSE the converse of a fact, word, statement etc is the opposite of it Some teachers welcomed the change; but for the majority of teachers, the converse was true. converse
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the converseIf the project is successful, Dourif will get the credit, but the converse is also true; he will get the blame if it fails.
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