a situation, object, or statement that is the reverse of another or corresponds to it but with certain terms transposed:if spirituality is properly political, the converse is also true: politics is properly spiritual
Mathematics a theorem whose hypothesis and conclusion are the conclusion and hypothesis of another.
having characteristics which are the reverse of something else already mentioned:the only mode of change will be the slow process of growth and the converse process of decay
late Middle English: from Latin conversus 'turned about', past participle of convertere(see convert)
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Definition of converse in the US English dictionary