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interim

  

      adj  
1    prenominal   temporary, provisional, or intervening  
interim measures to deal with the emergency     
      n  
2    usually preceded by: the   the intervening time; the meantime (esp. in the phrase in the interim)  
      adv  
3    Rare   meantime  
     (C16: from Latin: meanwhile)  


ad interim  
      adj  
      adv   for the meantime; for the present  
ad interim measures        (Abbrev.)    ad int  
     (Latin)  
Interim  
      n   any of three provisional arrangements made during the Reformation by the German emperor and Diet to regulate religious differences between Roman Catholics and Protestants  
Interim Standard Atmosphere  
      n   an agreed theoretical description of the atmosphere for altitudes between 50 and 80 km, pending refinement by further measurements  
   See       International Standard Atmosphere  
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Interim  
      n   any of three provisional arrangements made during the Reformation by the German emperor and Diet to regulate religious differences between Roman Catholics and Protestants  


ad interim  
      adj  
      adv   for the meantime; for the present  
ad interim measures        (Abbrev.)    ad int  
     (Latin)  
interim  
      adj  
1    prenominal   temporary, provisional, or intervening  
interim measures to deal with the emergency     
      n  
2    usually preceded by: the   the intervening time; the meantime (esp. in the phrase in the interim)  
      adv  
3    Rare   meantime  
     (C16: from Latin: meanwhile)  
Interim Standard Atmosphere  
      n   an agreed theoretical description of the atmosphere for altitudes between 50 and 80 km, pending refinement by further measurements  
   See       International Standard Atmosphere  

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interim

  
1   
      adj   acting, caretaker, improvised, intervening, makeshift, pro tem, provisional, stopgap, temporary  
2   
      n   entr'acte, interregnum, interval, meantime, meanwhile, respite  

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