contrary englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Shakespeare All's Well)
Opposed; contradictory; inconsistent.
(RQ:Whewell History of the Inductive Science)
- The doctrine of the earth's motion appeared to be contrary to the sacred Scripture.
Given to opposition; perverse; wayward.
One of a pair of propositions that cannot both be simultaneously true, though they may both be false.
- If two universals differ in quality, they are contraries; as, every vine is a tree; no vine is a tree. These can never be both true together; but they may be both false.
- was advised not to contrary the king.
(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes).
To contradict (someone or something).
- thus wilfully sir Palomydes dyd bataille with yow / & as for hym sir I was not gretely aferd but I dred fore laūcelot that knew yow not / Madame said Palomydes ye maye saye what so ye wyll / I maye not contrary yow but by my knyghthode I knewe not sir Tristram
(RQ:Florio Montaigne Essayes)
To do the opposite of (''someone'' or ''something'').
To act inconsistently or perversely; to act in opposition ''to''.
To argue; to debate; to uphold an opposite opinion.
To be self-contradictory; to become reversed.