Simple English is the best English. So it has been wisely said that it is better to use the small (simple) words rather than big (complicated words, both in speaking and writing).

Latin or French Phrase – Meaning or Alternative Phrase

Ex officio – By virtue of the office held

Ibid (ibidem) – in same place, book etc.; same source

Per diem – per day, a day, daily

Carte balance (F) – a free hand, freedom

Sine die – indefinitely

Seriatim – one at a time; in the same order

Mutatis mutandis – with the necessary changes

PP (per procurationem) – on behalf of, by the agency of

Per se – as scuh, by or in itself, essentially

Cf (conferre) – compare

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