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loco citato

[ loh-koh ki-tah-toh; English loh-koh sahy-tey-toh, si-tah-toh ]
/ ˈloʊ koʊ kɪˈtɑ toʊ; English ˈloʊ koʊ saɪˈteɪ toʊ, sɪˈtɑ toʊ /
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adverb Latin.
in the place cited.
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Also loc. cit. [lok-sit] /ˈlɒk ˈsɪt/ .

Origin of loco citato

From Latin locō citātō
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British Dictionary definitions for loco citato

loco citato
/ (ˈlɒkəʊ sɪˈtɑːtəʊ) /

in the place or passage quotedAbbreviation: loc. cit, lc

Word Origin for loco citato

Latin: in the place cited
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