Definition of mutatis mutandis in English:

mutatis mutandis

Syllabification: mu·ta·tis mu·tan·dis
Pronunciation: /m(y)o͞oˈtätəs m(y)o͞oˈtändəs, -ˈtātəs, -ˈtandəs
 
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adverb

(Used when comparing two or more cases or situations) making necessary alterations while not affecting the main point at issue: what is true of undergraduate teaching in England is equally true, mutatis mutandis, of American graduate schools
More example sentences
  • The provisions of article 7, paragraphs 6 to 19 are applicable mutatis mutandis.

Origin

Latin, literally 'things being changed that have to be changed'.

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