de bene esse
[di bee-nee es-ee, dee, dey bey-ney es-ey]
of validity for the time being but subject to objection or nullification at a later date; provisionally: to take evidence de bene esse to ensure against its loss.
Origin of de bene esse
First recorded in 1595–1605, de bene esse is from the Medieval Latin word dē bene esse of well-being
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