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Definition of the adverb ad interim
What does ad interim mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- for an intervening time; temporarily
- example: elected to serve ad interim
Ad interim: The Latin phrase ad interim means "in the meantime" or "temporarily".
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by G. Berridge, L. Lloyd
See also alternate representative; chargé d'affaires ad interim; Estrada, Genaro. acting high commissioner. (1) The diplomat who acts as the head of a *high commission during the *high commissioner's temporary absence or pending the ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1904)
by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines
ad interim ohn W. Foster, of Indiana William F. Wharton ( Assistant Secretary), ad interim Commissioned Mar. 5, 1889 June s, June 29, Walter Q.
by Audrey Kahin
Wilopo (PNI, ad interim) Mukarto Notowidagdo (PNI) Sunario (PNI) Ruslan Abdulgani (PNI) (non-active) Subandrio ...
Lardy Secretary of Leg ation and Charge d'Affaires ad Interim. Turkey Cheklb Bey Envoy Extraordinary and Minister "* Japan . Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary. Djelal Mnnlf Bey First Secretary of ...
With Especial Attention to War-Time Abbreviations by Eric Partridge
ad interim, in the meanwhile. Adj. Adjutant. Also Adjt. (2) Adjective. Also adj. Adj.-Gen. Adjutant-General. Adjt. See Adj. ad lib. L. ad libitum, at pleasure; to the desired extent. ad loc. L. ad locum, at the place. Adm. Admiral; Admiralty., (2) ...
by B. A. Phythian
ad interim [Lat.] For the time being, (ad INT-er-im) adios [Sp.] Goodbye. (ad- YOHS) ad lib (abbreviation of ad libitum) [Lat.] As much as one pleases. Unprepared remark. Speak without preparation. (In theatre) improvise lines. (In music) as ...
by Mary Miles Prince
ad interim (in the mean time) (Lat.) ad int. ad locum (at the place) (Lat.) ad loc. Ad sectum (atsuit of)Ads. ad usum (according to custom) (Lat.) adus. ad valorem (in proportion to the valueof goods/according to the value) (Lat.) av, AV ...
by Ph. D Newmark
ad interim. In the meantime [L] adi6s. Goodby [ Sp] ad lib(itum). At pleasure; to any extent; freely [L] ad litteram. To the letter; exact[L] Ad majorem Dei gloriam. To the greater glory of God [L] ad manum. At hand ...
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An interim government was set up in Afghanistan. It included two women, one of whom was Minister of Women's Affairs. Man, who'd she have to show here ankles to to get that job? (Tina Fey)
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