dum bene se gesserit
Definition of dum bene se gesserit
: during his good behavior —used of an appointment that is not for a period of time or at the pleasure of the appointer but that ends only at the appointee's death or misconduct
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Origin and Etymology of dum bene se gesserit
Latin, as long as he behaves well
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