If the word is part of a title of an event then it is written exactly as it is titled, such as "Leon Spinks vs. Sugar Ray Leonard." If you are citing a legal case, it is written "v." as in "The People v. Jeffrey Dahmer." Otherwise, it is written out as the whole word "versus."
You write it like this: Vs.
The abbreviation of versus is vs. or v.
it is latin for versus
There are two ways to abbreviate "versus," vs. or v.
It means 'versus'. Versus means to battle. For example, if you see a battle going on, you can say Joe vs. Bob. Something like that.
The Russians versus the Germans .
No, it is an abbreviation of the word, versus.
UFC on Versus Sanchez vs- Kampmann - 2011 TV was released on: USA: 3 March 2011