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ad hoc

Legal Definition of ad hoc

Etymology

    Latin Origin

Adjective

  1. For this purpose
  2. For one particular purpose

    Example: An ad hoc committee, is created with a unique and specific task or purpose and once it has studied and reports on the matter, it stands disbanded

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Definition of ad hoc

Etymology

    From New Latin ad hoc ("for this").

Pronunciation

  • UK: IPA: /ˌęd ˈhɒk/, SAMPA: /%{d"hQk/
  • US: IPA: /ˌęd ˈhɑːk/, /ˌęd ˈhɔk/, /ˌɑd ˈhɑːk/, /ˌęd ˈhak/
  • Audio (US) [?]

Adjective

ad hoc

  1. for this particular purpose
  2. special
  3. created on the spur of the moment, impromptu

Anagrams

  • Alphagram: acdho
  • choad
  • choda

References:

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Translation of ad hoc in Malay

Ad hoc

  1. ad hoc



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