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mutatis mutandis

adverb mu·ta·tis mu·tan·dis \m(y)ü-ˈtä-təs-m(y)ü-ˈtän-dəs, -ˈtā-təs-, -ˈtan-\

Definition of MUTATIS MUTANDIS

1
:  with the necessary changes having been made
2
:  with the respective differences having been considered

Origin of MUTATIS MUTANDIS

Middle English, from Medieval Latin
First Known Use: 15th century

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