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ad interim

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adverb ad in·ter·im \ˈad-ˈin-tə-rəm, -ˌrim also ˈäd-\

Definition of ad interim

  1. :  for the intervening time :  temporarily



Origin and Etymology of ad interim

Latin


First Known Use: 1787


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ad interim

adjective ad in·ter·im

Definition of ad interim

  1. :  made or serving ad interim



Examples of ad interim in a sentence

  1. <will serve as the ad interim CEO until the merger of the two corporations is complete>

  2. <an ad interim government until the new constitution goes into effect>



1818

First Known Use of ad interim

1818

Rhymes with ad interim


Law Dictionary

ad interim

adjective ad in·ter·im \ˈad-ˈin-tə-rəm, ˈäd-, -ˌrim\

Legal Definition of ad interim

  1. :  made or serving temporarily or for the time being <an ad interim committee>



Origin and Etymology of ad interim

Latin, for the intervening time


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