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vice1 British & World English

Immoral or wicked behaviour

vice2 British & World English

As a substitute for

vice3 British & World English

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

vice4 British & World English

Short for vice president, vice admiral, etc.

vice- British & World English

Acting as deputy or substitute for; next in rank

vice ring British & World English

A group of criminals involved in organizing illegal prostitution

vice-ridden British & World English

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

vice squad British & World English

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

vice versa British & World English

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

vice admiral British & World English

A high rank of naval officer, above rear admiral and below admiral

vice anglais British & World English

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

pro hac vice British & World English

For or on this occasion only

vice chancellor British & World English

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

vice president British & World English

An official or executive ranking below and deputizing for a president

vice chamberlain British & World English

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

air vice-marshal British & World English

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

pro-vice-chancellor British & World English

An assistant or deputy vice chancellor of a university

stable vice in vice1 British & World English

A bad or neurotic habit of stabled horses, typically arising as a result of boredom

viceregal British & World English

Relating to a viceroy

viceroyalty British & World English

The office, position, or authority of a viceroy

vice English Thesaurus

people may be driven to vice by cruel social circumstances

vice English-Spanish

vicio masculine

vice- English-Spanish


vice- Spanish-English


vice ring English-Spanish

red feminine de prostitución

vice versa English Thesaurus

dancers can teach actors a lot and vice versa

vice consul English-Spanish

vicecónsul masculine and feminine

vice versa English-Spanish


vice versa Spanish-English

vice versa

vice admiral New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, caps in titles; abbrev. VA)

vice chairman New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, caps in titles; abbrev. VC)

vice admiral English-Spanish

vicealmirante masculine and feminine

vice chairman English-Spanish

vicepresidente masculine

vice president New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, caps in titles; abbrev. VP)

vice president English-Spanish


vice principal English-Spanish


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