Definition of ad personam in English:

ad personam

Line breaks: ad per|so¦nam
Pronunciation: /ˌad pəːˈsəʊnam
 
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adverb

formal
On an individual basis.
More example sentences
  • The difference this time is that while the first Jean Monnet Chair and its associated funding were corporate awards, the ad personam is a personal award, reflecting Mike's expertise.
  • Each member of the ad personam committee shall hold rank equal to or higher than the rank for which the faculty member might be recommended.
  • The CB is chaired by a CB Chairperson who is elected ad personam for a non-renewable term of office of two years.

Origin

Latin.

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