Definition of non placet in English:

non placet

Syllabification: non pla·cet
Pronunciation: /ˌnän ˈplāsit
 
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noun

A negative vote in a church or college assembly.
More example sentences
  • When his name was called, he answered with a firm non placet, thereby assuring himself a footnote in the history of the church.

Origin

Latin, literally 'it does not please'.

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