mutatis mutandis


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mu·ta·tis mu·tan·dis

(mo͞o-tä′tĭs mo͞o-tän′dĭs)
adv. Abbr. m.m.
With differences or changes in various details corresponding to a given overall difference or change: the application of maritime law, mutatis mutandis, to space travel.

[Latin mūtātīs mūtandīs, the necessary changes having been made (literally, "with the things to be changed having been changed") : mūtātīs, ablative plural of mūtātus, changed, past participle of mūtāre, to change + mūtandīs, ablative plural of mūtandus, to be changed, gerundive of mūtāre.]

mutatis mutandis

(muːˈtɑːtɪs muːˈtændɪs)
the necessary changes having been made

mu•ta•tis mu•tan•dis

(muˈtɑ tis muˈtɑn dis; Eng. myuˈteɪ tɪs myuˈtæn dɪs)

adv. Latin.
the necessary changes having been made.

mutatis mutandis

A Latin phrase meaning the necessary changes having been made.
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Adv.1.mutatis mutandis - with the necessary changes having been carried out
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