One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In full; at length.‘the paper covered their speeches in extenso’
- ‘The General Assembly gave the Secretariat the option not to publish in extenso certain categories of bilateral treaties or international agreements.’
- ‘The Commission decided to recommend the General Conference to adopt this draft resolution in extenso.’
Latin, from in ‘in’ + extensus, past participle of extendere ‘stretch out’.
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