adjective: Expressing antithesis or opposition: the adversative conjunction but.
noun: A word that expresses antithesis or opposition.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Each of these terms has its own adversative nuances, so you should let context guide your selection.
Aut was adversative: no one feared either social extremity.
But modern languages have rubbed off this adversative and inferential form: they have fewer links of connection, there is less mortar in the interstices, and they are content to place sentences side by side, leaving their relation to one another to be gathered from their position or from the context.
The structure of the Greek language is partly adversative and alternative, and partly inferential; that is to say, the members of
The difficulty of preserving the effect of the Greek is increased by the want of adversative and inferential particles in English, and by the nice sense of tautology which characterizes all modern languages.