Ad locum это:

Ad locum
"К данному месту", в связи с этим - пометка, вводящая цитату, которая подкрепляет или иллюстрирует сказанное.

Латинско-русский и русско-латинский словарь крылатых слов и выражений. — М.: Русский Язык. . 1982.

Смотреть что такое "Ad locum" в других словарях:

  • Locum — Locum, short for the Latin phrase locum tenens (lit. place holder, akin to lieutenant ), is a person who temporarily fulfills the duties of another. For example, a Locum doctor is a doctor who works in the place of the regular doctor when that… …   Wikipedia

  • locum te|nens — «TEE nuhnz», plural locum te|nen|tes «tuh NEHN teez», a person temporarily holding the place or office of another; deputy; substitute: »There s this locum tenens I was going to take up in the North (A. S. M. Hutchinson). ╂[< Medieval Latin… …   Useful english dictionary

  • locum tenens — locum tenency /loh keuhm tee neuhn see, ten euhn /, n. /loh keuhm tee nenz, ten inz/, pl. locum tenentes /loh keuhm teuh nen teez/. Chiefly Brit. a temporary substitute, esp. for a doctor or member of the clergy. Also called locum. [1635 45; < ML …   Universalium

  • locum — the term for ‘a deputy standing in for a doctor or cleric’ is pronounced loh kǝm, and the plural is locums. The word is short for locum tenens ‘one holding the place’, which is occasionally used in more formal contexts. The plural of the full… …   Modern English usage

  • locum — (also locum tenens) ► NOUN ▪ a doctor or cleric standing in for another who is temporarily away. ORIGIN from Latin locum tenens one holding a place …   English terms dictionary

  • locum tenens — ☆ locum tenens [lō′kəm tē′nənz ] [ML, lit., holding the place < L locum, acc. of locus, a place (see LOCAL) + tenens, prp. of tenere, to hold: see THIN] Chiefly Brit. a person taking another s place for the time being; temporary substitute, as …   English World dictionary

  • locum te|nen|cy — «TEE nuhn see», plural locum te|nen|cies. 1. the office of employment of a locum tenens. 2. the holding of a place by temporary substitution …   Useful english dictionary

  • locum tenens — Medieval Latin, one who holds the place (of another); from locum (nom. locus; see LOCUS (Cf. locus)) + tenens, prp. of tenere (see TENANT (Cf. tenant)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • locum tenency — noun • • • Main Entry: ↑locum …   Useful english dictionary

  • Locum tenens — Lo cum te nens . [L., holding the place; locus place + tenens, p. pr. of tenere to hold. Cf. {Lieutenant}.] A substitute or deputy; one filling an office for a time. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • locum vacuefacere — index evacuate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary


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