salva veritate

adverb

sal·​va ver·​i·​ta·​te
ˈsälˌwäˌwerəˈtätē
: in accordance with a principle attributed to Leibniz by which two expressions are said to be synonymous if the substitution of one for the other does not change the truth value or meaning of any context in which either expression appears

Word History

Etymology

Latin, the truth being safe

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“Salva veritate.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/salva%20veritate. Accessed 22 Jul. 2024.

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