In particular I'm referring to Funakoshi's Karate-do Kyohan, when he's talking about nage-waza (throwing techniques):
"karate not only consists of striking, kicking, and thrusting techniques but also throwing and saka-te (inverted-hand, under-hand, back-hand) techniques".
Funakoshi uses 逆手 for saka-te / gyaku-te. So what's the real meaning of saka-te in that phrase context? Exit and counters?
Many thanks in advance!