[ ad in-tuh-rim ]
/ æd ˈɪn tə rɪm /
in the meantime.
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Origin of ad interim
< Latin: literally, for the time between
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Examples from the Web for ad interim
The appointment of ad-interim committees was referred to the members of the board from each horticultural district.
British Dictionary definitions for ad interim
/ (æd ˈɪntərɪm) /
for the meantime; for the presentad interim measures Abbreviation: ad int
Word Origin for ad interim
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