Last week, I looked at two foreign
expressions, Ad hoc and Per se.
Here are the second two interesting
expressions you might like to include in your writing.
Another interesting expression taken
from Latin it may mean "in fact, in reality, in actual
existence, force, or possession, as a matter of fact."—from
the Oxford English Dictionary.
E.g., "He was the de facto
captain of the team, although he had never been elected to the
Another Latin expression that means, "The
existing state of affairs."—OED
E.g., "We can no longer
tolerate the status quo when it comes to climate change."
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