on the other hand


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on the other hand

Fig. a phrase introducing an alternate view. John: I'm ready to go; on the other hand, I'm perfectly comfortable here. Sally: I'll let you know when I'm ready, then. Mary: I like this one. On the other hand, this is nice too. Sue: Why not get both?
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on the other hand

see under on the one hand.
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on the other hand

As another point of view; from another standpoint.
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