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locum

noun lo·cum \ˈlō-kəm\

: someone (such as a priest or doctor) who does the work of another person who is away for a short time

Full Definition of LOCUM

chiefly British

First Known Use of LOCUM

1901

Rhymes with LOCUM

locum

noun lo·cum \ˈlō-kəm\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of LOCUM

chiefly British :  locum tenens

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debouch Hear it
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