modus+vivendi

  • 21modus vivendi — {{#}}{{LM M26218}}{{〓}} {{[}}modus vivendi{{]}} {{■}}(lat.){{□}} {{◆}}(pl. modus vivendi){{◇}} {{《}}▍ s.m.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Acuerdo o arreglo temporales entre dos partes que no han llegado a un pacto definitivo, especialmente en las relaciones… …

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  • 22modus vivendi — (Expresión latina.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 Manera de vivir. 2 Sustento económico, manera de ganarse la vida: ■ su modus vivendi es la enseñanza, pero lo que en realidad le gusta es pintar. * * * modus vivendi m. Frase latina que significa «modo …

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  • 23modus vivendi — n. to establish, work out a modus vivendi * * * work out a modus vivendi to establish …

    Combinatory dictionary

  • 24modus vivendi — mò·dus vi·vèn·di loc.s.m.inv., lat. 1. CO accordo stabilito provvisoriamente tra due parti in contrasto, allo scopo di eliminare i motivi di attrito e di dissidio: cercare, trovare un modus vivendi | estens., modo di vivere, stile di vita 2. TS… …

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  • 25modus vivendi — [[t]mo͟ʊdəs vɪve̱ndiː, daɪ[/t]] N SING A modus vivendi is an arrangement which allows people who have different attitudes to live or work together. [FORMAL] After 1940, a modus vivendi between church and state was achieved. Syn: compromise …

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  • 26modus vivendi — /moh deuhs vi ven dee, duy/, pl. modi vivendi /moh dee vi ven dee, moh duy vi ven duy/. 1. manner of living; way of life; lifestyle. 2. a temporary arrangement between persons or parties pending a settlement of matters in debate. [1875 80 < L&#8230; …

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  • 27Modus Vivendi — Mo|dus Vi|ven|di [ vi vɛndi, auch mɔ... ] der; , ...di &LT;aus gleichbed. lat. modus vivendi, zu vivendi, Gerundium von vivere »leben«&GT; Form eines erträglichen Zusammenlebens zweier od. mehrerer Parteien ohne Rechtsgrundlage od. völlige&#8230; …

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  • 28módus vivéndi — módusa vivéndi m (ọ̑ ẹ̑) knjiž. odnos, ki omogoča sožitje: doseči, najti modus vivendi ♦ jur. dogovor med državami o začasni ureditvi medsebojnih odnosov …

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  • 29Modus vivendi — Der Begriff Modus vivendi (lat., Art (mit etwas) zu leben) wird nicht einheitlich verwendet. Generell ist mit dem Begriff eine (erträgliche) Übereinkunft, eine Verständigung und dergleichen gemeint. Völkerrechtlich bezeichnet der Begriff die&#8230; …

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  • 30modus Vivendi —    Although modus vivendi is frequently used to mean way of life (its literal Latin meaning), a few of the more conservative authorities maintain that it should describe only a truce between parties pending settlement of a disagreement. The best&#8230; …

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  • 31modus vivendi —    (MOH dus vee VEHN dee) [Latin] A way of living; lifestyle. A temporary agreement between disputing parties that enables them to continue debate until a final settlement is reached.    shows no understanding at all of Alf Ramsey’s modus vivendi …

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  • 32modus vivendi — {{hw}}{{modus vivendi}}{{/hw}}locuz. sost. m. 1 Nel diritto internazionale, accordo a carattere economico provvisorio. 2 Accomodamento …

    Enciclopedia di italiano

  • 33modus vivendi — modus vi|ven|di [ˌməudəs vıˈvendi US ˌmou ] n [singular] [Date: 1800 1900; : Latin; Origin: way of living ] formal an arrangement between people with very different opinions or habits that allows them to live or work together without quarrelling …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 34modus vivendi — noun (plural modi vivendi) Etymology: New Latin, manner of living Date: circa 1879 1. a feasible arrangement or practical compromise; especially one that bypasses difficulties 2. a manner of living ; a way of life …

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  • 35modus vivendi — [ˌməʊdəs vɪ vɛndi:, dʌɪ] noun (plural modi vivendi ˌməʊdi) an arrangement allowing conflicting parties to coexist peacefully. ↘a way of living. Origin L., lit. way of living …

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  • 36modus vivendi — mo•dus vi•ven•di [[t]ˈmoʊ dəs vɪˈvɛn di, daɪ[/t]] n. pl. mo•di vivendi [[t]ˈmoʊ di, daɪ[/t]] 1) manner of living; way of life; lifestyle 2) a temporary arrangement between persons or parties pending a settlement of matters in debate • Etymology:&#8230; …

    From formal English to slang

  • 37modus vivendi — n. (pl. modi vivendi) 1 a way of living or coping. 2 a an arrangement whereby those in dispute can carry on pending a settlement. b an arrangement between people who agree to differ. Etymology: L, = way of living: see MODE …

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  • 38MODUS VIVENDI — ( способ сосуществования ) дипломатический термин, означающий временное, обычно краткосрочное соглашение, заключаемое в тех случаях, когда существуют обстоятельства, не позволяющие достигнуть постоянного или длительного соглашения …

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  • 39modus vivendi — lat. Modo o medio de vida// transacción entre dos personas, acuerdo entre partes// regla de conducta (TG.) …

    Diccionario Lunfardo

  • 40modus vivendi — Synonyms and related words: Pax Dei, Pax Romana, Peace of God, action, actions, activity, acts, address, affectation, air, armistice, bearing, behavior, behavior pattern, behavioral norm, behavioral science, breathing spell, buffer zone, carriage …

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