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loquitur

Line breaks: lo¦qui|tur
Pronunciation: /ˈlɒkwɪtə
 
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(abbreviation: loq.)

Definition of loquitur in English:

verb

(He or she) speaks (with the speaker’s name following, as a stage direction or to inform the reader).
Example sentences
  • Beside it, on the margin in MS., is the word" Action." Not a word of it was said. It was simply done. Again, immediately below that on the same page - Sikes' loquitur-" 'Oh! you haven't".

Origin

Latin, from loqui 'talk, speak'.

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