Translation for 'to the contrary' from English to Russian
наоборот [вводное слово]on the contrary
наоборотto the contrary
Partial Matches
прошлое {с}the past
старики {мн} [собир.]the old
докембрий {м}
the Precambrian
усопший {м} [книжн.]the deceased
окружающая среда {ж}the environment
Гаага {ж}
The Hague
Бронкс {м}
the Bronx
Апокалипсис {м}
the Apocalypse
Гималаи {мн}
the Himalaya
The Smurfs
печать {ж} [пресса]
(the) press
потусторонний мир {м}(the) beyond
Рождество {с} Христово [само рождение]
the Nativity
тот же (самый) {pron}the same
бо́льшая часть {ж} [чего-л.](the) bulk
Балканы {мн}
(the) Balkans
справа {adv}to the right
Сахара {ж}
the Sahara
Альпы {мн}
the Alps
Папа {м} (Римский)
the Pope
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Usage Examples English
  • Despite reports to the contrary, Philby's wife claimed in a 1997 interview that the idea of Philby becoming depressed and destitute in Moscow was "a myth".
  • After his death in 1976, many thought that the balance of Hughes's estate would go to the institute, although it was ultimately divided among his cousins and other heirs, given the lack of a will to the contrary.
  • Despite appearances to the contrary, the Army of the Empire did not constitute a permanent standing army that was always at the ready to fight for the Empire.
  • Slavoj Žižek states that the Deleuze of "Anti-Oedipus" ("arguably Deleuze's worst book"), the "political" Deleuze under the "'bad' influence" of Guattari, ends up, despite protestations to the contrary, as "the ideologist of late capitalism".
  • This takes a modest approach to foundationalism – religious beliefs are not taken to be infallible, but are assumed to be "prima facie" justified unless evidence arises to the contrary.

  • Despite long-standing assertions to the contrary, fatty acids can also be used as a source of fuel for brain cells through mitochondrial oxidation.
  • Paradigm shifts in gender roles in society and also many churches has inspired reevaluation by many Christians of some long-held attitudes to the contrary.
  • The "Canfield ocean" model proposes that, to the contrary, the deep ocean became euxinic and transport of reduced iron was blocked by precipitation as pyrite.
  • Bill Wilson in "Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions" of Alcoholics Anonymous describes "self-sufficiency" in society at large as being a "bone-crushing juggernaut whose final achievement is ruin". To the contrary, Mark Twain (autobiography, vol 2), describes Juggernaut as the kindest of gods.
  • Rostow said the US government assumed (and Harman confirmed) that despite public statements to the contrary, the Government of Israel position on Jerusalem was that which Eban, Harman, and Evron had given several times, that Jerusalem was negotiable.

  • Many Hasidic groups have a tradition to recite the morning "kiddush" and then have refreshments (such as cake) in the "sukkah", but to eat both the evening and morning main meals inside, notwithstanding the Talmudic ruling to the contrary.
  • This led the general relativity community to dismiss all results to the contrary for many years.
  • The Red Sea is generally saltier and less nutrient-rich than the Mediterranean, so that Erythrean species will often do well in the 'milder' eastern Mediterranean environment. To the contrary very few Mediterranean species have been able to settle in the 'harsher' conditions of the Red Sea.
  • Some scholars hold that popular depictions of Shaka as a suddenly appearing genius creating innovation are overstated, and that to the contrary, Shaka was a borrower and imitator of indigenous methods, customs and even ruler-lineages already in place.
  • Historian Alan Berger reports that Holocaust deniers argue in support of a preconceived theory – that the Holocaust either did not occur or was mostly a hoax – by ignoring extensive historical evidence to the contrary.

  • A delusion is a "fixed, false idiosyncratic belief", which does not change even when presented with incontrovertible evidence to the contrary.
  • An algorithm is called 'numerically stable' if an error, whatever its cause, does not grow to be much larger during the calculation. To the contrary, if a problem is 'ill-conditioned', then any small error in the data will grow to be a large error.
  • This was the notion that because some prominent person in the past said something must be so, then that was the way it was, and anything one observed to the contrary was an anomaly (which was paralleled by a similar shift in European society in general – see Copernicus's rejection of Ptolemy's theories on astronomy).
  • Despite persistent rumors to the contrary, however, Mosaic was never released as open source software during its brief reign as a major browser; there were always constraints on permissible uses without payment.
  • A non-moral good is something that is desirable for someone or other; despite the name to the contrary, it may include moral goods.

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    Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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