pro re nata
[ proh re nah-tah; English proh ree ney-tuh, rey ]
/ ˈproʊ ˈrɛ ˈnɑ tɑ; English ˈproʊ ˈri ˈneɪ tə, ˈreɪ /
for an unforeseen need or contingency.
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Origin of pro re nata
literally, for a thing born
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