mutatis mutandis


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Definitions of mutatis mutandis

  • a Latin phrase that means with the necessary changes having been made. The term is used in formal contexts, such as in certain legal documents.

    We cannot expect respect for the person if we do not give any reasons why persons should be respected. Mutatis mutandis, this is also true of racism.

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