See also: vice and více

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From Latin vice (in place of), ablative form of vicis.

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vice-

  1. Taking the place or rank of (another person); deputy.

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Catalan edit

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vice-

  1. vice-

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  • (file)

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vice-

  1. vice-

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vice-

  1. vice-

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vice-

  1. vice-

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vice-

  1. vice-

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Etymology edit

From Latin vice (in place of), from the ablative of vicis (alternation, turn).

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vice-

  1. vice-

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