Definition of eo ipso in English:

eo ipso

Syllabification: e·o ip·so
Pronunciation: /ˈē-ō ˈipsō, ˈā-ō
 
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adverb

formal
By that very act or quality; thereby: such a grand theory would eo ipso give an account of how we communicate using language

Origin

Latin, ablative of id ipsum 'the thing itself'.

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