de plano

[di pley-noh, dee, dey]

adverb Chiefly Law.

without argument.
by manifest right; plainly.

Nearby words

  1. de niro, robert,
  2. de novo,
  3. de palma,
  4. de palma, brian,
  5. de pere,
  6. de profundis,
  7. de quervain's disease,
  8. de quincey,
  9. de quincey, thomas,
  10. de re

Origin of de plano

From the Latin word dē planō

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