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vice1 US English

Immoral or wicked behavior

vice2 US English

As a substitute for

vice3 US English

British spelling of vise.

vice4 US English

Short for vice president, vice admiral, etc.

vice- US English

Acting as deputy or substitute for; next in rank

vice US Thesaurus

youngsters driven to vice

vise US English

A metal tool with movable jaws that are used to hold an object firmly in place while work is done on it, typically attached to a workbench

vice in vise US English

A metal tool with movable jaws that are used to hold an object firmly in place while work is done on it, typically attached to a workbench

vice ring US English

A group of criminals involved in organizing illegal prostitution

vice-ridden US English

(Of a place) having a high incidence of activity involving prostitution, pornography, or drugs

vice squad US English

A department or division of a police force that enforces laws against prostitution, drug abuse, illegal gambling, etc.

vice versa US English

With the main items in the preceding statement the other way around

vice versa US Thesaurus

dancers can teach actors a lot and vice versa

vice admiral US English

A naval officer of very high rank, in particular an officer in the US Navy or Coast Guard ranking above rear admiral and below admiral

vice anglais US English

A vice considered characteristic of the English, especially the use of corporal punishment for the purpose of sexual stimulation

vice admiral New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, capitals in titles; abbreviation VA)

vice chairman New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, capitals in titles; abbreviation VC)

pro hac vice US English

For or on this occasion only

vice chancellor US English

A deputy chancellor, especially one of a British university who discharges most of its administrative duties

vice president US English

An official or executive ranking below and deputizing for a president

vice president New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, capitals in titles; abbreviation VP)

vice chamberlain US English

A deputy chamberlain, especially (in the UK) the deputy of the Lord Chamberlain

air vice-marshal US English

A high rank of officer in the RAF, above air commodore and below air marshal

pro-vice-chancellor US English

An assistant or deputy vice chancellor of a university

viceregal US English

Of or relating to a viceroy

viceroyalty US English

The office, position, or authority of a viceroy


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