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Yet conversely, that was when they tried playing all the rugby and conceded their second try. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Conversely, historical also has both these senses. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Conversely, now is a time for England to test their strength in depth. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Conversely, few critics could rave so eloquently and persuasively about a forgotten masterpiece, or a young singer just coming to the fore. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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British English: conversely ADVERB
You say conversely to indicate that the situation you are about to describe is the opposite of the one you have just described.
In real life, nobody was all bad, nor, conversely, all good.
  • American English: conversely
  • Brazilian Portuguese: pelo contrário
  • Chinese: 相反地
  • European Spanish: a la inversa
  • French: inversement
  • German: umgekehrt
  • Italian: al contrario
  • Japanese: 逆に
  • Korean: 반대로
  • European Portuguese: pelo contrário
  • Latin American Spanish: a la inversa

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Definition of conversely from the Collins English Dictionary
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