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locus classicus

Saltos de línea: locus clas|si¦cus
Pronunciación: /ˌləʊkəs ˈklasɪkəs
 
, ˌlɒkəs ˈklasɪkəs
 
/

Definición de locus classicus en inglés:

sustantivo (plural loci classici /ˌləʊsʌɪ ˈklasɪsʌɪ, ˌlɒkiː ˈklasɪkiː/)

A passage considered to be the best known or most authoritative on a particular subject.
Example sentences
  • While it may not be the locus classicus on the subject, our passage in many respects does seem to represent the final word on right worship.
  • As Gerhard Von Rad states, Genesis 2: 7 is ‘a locus classicus of Old Testament anthropology.’
  • Their pioneering work is still the locus classicus for these languages.

Origen

Latin, literally 'classical place'.

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