do ut facias

do ut fa·​ci·​as | \ˌdōˌu̇tˈfäkēˌäs\

Definition of do ut facias 

: a commutative contract whereby something is given so that something may be done in return

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History and Etymology for do ut facias

New Latin, I give in order that you may do

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