Translation of modus operandi in Spanish:

modus operandi

Pronunciation: /ˌməʊdəsˌɑːpəˈrændi; ˌməʊdəsˌɒpəˈrændi/

n

  • [formal] (no pl) modus (m) operandi [formal], procedimiento (m)
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    • In tune with the usual modus operandi of the industry, the audio was released on Wednesday and people struggled to find parking place.
    • The usual modus operandi was that robbers identified isolated residential localities and targeted lonely women.
    • It was the usual modus operandi - improvise, make do, and make it work.
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    • Its modus operandi is thus quite unconnected with that of the Pill, where overall blood serum levels are raised.
    • For just as he acted according to the modus operandi that has characterised his government, so did the opposition.
    • This is also the standard modus operandi of academic or conventional economics.

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