[ sahy-nee dahy-ee, sin-ey-dee-ey; Latin si-ne dee-e ]
/ ˈsaɪ ni ˈdaɪ i, ˈsɪn eɪˈdi eɪ; Latin ˈsɪ nɛ ˈdi ɛ /
without fixing a day for future action or meeting: The assembly adjourned sine die.
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Origin of sine die
From the Latin word sine diē without (a fixed) day
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British Dictionary definitions for sine die
/ Latin (ˈsaɪnɪ ˈdaɪɪ) /
without a day fixedan adjournment sine die
Word Origin for sine die
literally: without a day
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