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ex of·fi·ci·o

 (ĕks′ ə-fĭsh′ē-ō′)
adv. & adj.
By virtue of office or position.

[Latin ex officiō : ex, from + officiō, ablative of officium, office.]
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ex officio

(ˈɛks əˈfɪʃɪəʊ; əˈfɪsɪəʊ)
adv, adj
by right of position or office. Abbreviation: ex off
[Latin]
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ex of•fi•ci•o

(ˈɛks əˈfɪʃ iˌoʊ)
adv., adj.
by virtue of office or official position.
[1525–35; < Latin]
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ex officio

A Latin phrase meaning from the office, used to describe something said or done officially or by right of office or position.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.ex officio - by virtue of an office or position; "the head of the department serves as an ex officio member of the board"
official - having official authority or sanction; "official permission"; "an official representative"
Adv.1.ex officio - by virtue of position; "the president sat on the committee ex officio"
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Translations
d’office

ex officio

[ˌeksəˈfɪʃɪəʊ]
A. ADV [act] → ex officio, oficialmente
B. ADJ [member] → nato, ex officio
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ex officio

(form)
adj an ex officio memberein Mitglied von Amts wegen
advvon Amts wegen
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ex officio

[ˌɛksəˈfɪʃɪəʊ] (frm)
1. adv (act) → d'ufficio
2. adj (member) → di diritto
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References in classic literature ?
Ex officio professors of Sabbath breaking are all whalemen.
Accident gave him the liberal end of the piece, a circumstance to which he never would have assented had he known the fact, for being an attache of the legation of his own country, he was ex officio aristocratic.
While still warm, the oil, like hot punch, is received into the six-barrel casks; and while, perhaps, the ship is pitching and rolling this way and that in the midnight sea, the enormous casks are slewed round and headed over, end for end, and sometimes perilously scoot across the slippery deck, like so many land slides, till at last man-handled and stayed in their course; and all round the hoops, rap, rap, go as many hammers as can play upon them, for now, ex officio, every sailor is a cooper.
On the other hand, Guevarra, who is an Ex Officio member of the JBC, explained that the appointment is "subject to confirmation by the Commission on Appointments (CA)."
One digital platform has registered on its own and others are being registered ex officio.Foreign digital platforms, which mediate services in transport and accommodation in Slovakia, are obliged to launch so-called permanent establishments in Slovakia.
Under Section 8, Article XI of the proposed law, the chief minister will also be given powers to act as ex officio member of the National Police Commission and as ex officio chair of the Bangsamoro Police Board.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority (PEMRA) Ex Officio Members Wednesday stated that the meeting called by private members was in isolation and had no legal consequence.
There is possibility for ex officio public prosecution to initiate prosecution against this act, for which the government encourages the public prosecutor to check if there are elements of the crime under Article 181 of the Criminal Code Violation of reputation of foreign state and to act ex officio.
CAREER DEVELOPMENT & SERVICES: Sheridan Stormes, chair (2005, extending to 2011); Beth Christensen (2007-13), Michael Duffy (2006-12), Susannah Cleveland (ex officio).
The decision eliminated the ex officio role of the local bishop, currently Archbishop Harry Flynn, as chair of the university's board.
Another membership change is the ex officio representative to the committee from the U.S.