Definition of vita in English:

vita

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Pronunciation: /ˈviːtə
 
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noun

US
A curriculum vitae.
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  • Each applicant must submit a curriculum vita, a letter of support from a member of APA and, in the instance of a self-nomination, verification that the endorser will serve the role and complete the functions of a nominator.
  • Interested candidates should submit six copies of their curriculum vita and a summary of their dissertation research - visit the Web address below for summary requirements.

Origin

Latin, literally 'life'.

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