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For an intervening or temporary period of time.
for the time being, for the moment, for now, for the present, in the interim, for the nonce, for the meantime, in the meantime, in the meanwhileView synonyms
- ‘Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing Meets with Charge d' affaires ad interim of the Georgian Embassy in China’
- ‘You need to understand what are important to all the different groups in order to be an effective associate dean, let alone dean ad interim.’
- ‘Since 15th September 2006 Piet Van Roe is the Managing Director ad interim of the public broadcaster.’
- ‘Charles O. Cecil is Chargé d' Affaires ad interim of the United States Embassy in Tripoli, Libya.’
- ‘This Commission substituted as a new start the earlier ad interim Commission on Modulated Structures, Polytypes and Quasicrystals.’
- ‘The ad interim government ended with the inauguration of Sam Houston as president on October 22, 1836.’
- ‘By way of relief, they seek the cancellation of all the ad interim appointments and ‘respect for proper procedure’, as well as moral damages of one euro per staff member and costs.’
- ‘And there should be nothing unusual about the ad interim appointment of former Chief Justice Hilario Davide as ambassador to the United Nations.’
Latin, from ad to and interim meanwhile, used as a noun.
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