This page is about the idiom vice versa
You can say "vice versa" when what you have just said is also true in the opposite, or reverse, order.
- He doesn't believe anything she says, and vice versa. They really don't trust each other.
- During the cold war, the Americans tried to spy on the Russians, and vice versa.
Origin: From Latin, meaning "the other way round" or "the position being reversed".
I like talking to Robert, and vice versa. Robert
Contributor: Matt Errey