Definition of placet in English:

placet

Syllabification: pla·cet
Pronunciation: /ˈplāsit
 
/

noun

An affirmative vote, indicated by an utterance of ‘placet.’.
More example sentences
  • In fact, though the proposal to award him the degree was challenged, when the dons voted, the placets (it pleases me) outvoted the non-placets.

Origin

Latin, literally 'it pleases'.

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