Definition of sine die in English:

sine die

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Pronunciation: /ˌsiːneɪ ˈdiːeɪ
 
, ˌsʌɪnɪ ˈdʌɪiː
 
/

adverb

(With reference to business or proceedings that have been adjourned) with no appointed date for resumption: the case was adjourned sine die
More example sentences
  • The Legislature of the State of New Jersey adjourned sine die at noon to-day.
  • The Texas Legislature adjourned sine die this afternoon, formally ending the 7th special session in two and a half years.
  • In the event of vetoes or crises, the Senate President shall be empowered to suspend sine die adjournment for a period up to one week for purposes of reconvening the Senate.

Origin

Latin, literally 'without a day'.

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