[ pen-den-tee lahy-tee ]
/ pɛnˈdɛn ti ˈlaɪ ti /
during litigation; while a suit is in progress.
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- penderecki, krzysztof,
Origin of pendente lite
1720–30; < Latin: literally, with a lawsuit pending
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/ (pɛnˈdɛntɪ ˈlaɪtɪ) /
law while a suit is pending
Word Origin for pendente lite
Latin, literally: with litigation pending
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