Word of the Day – June 10 – Mutatis Mutandis

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Adverb: Mutatis Mutandis (myoo-TAH-tis-myoo-TAHN-dis)

Definition:
1. With the necessary changes having been made
2. With the respective differences having been considered

Sample sentence: The points that the author of the study makes about the town’s roads and bridges also apply, mutatis mutandis, to its schools and municipal buildings.

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