ex officio definition

  • adverb:
    • By virtue of office or position.
    • by virtue of place
    • By virtue of company or position.
    • by virtue of position
  • adjective:
    • By virtue of this office that began it, or of this title held
    • by virtue of an office or place
    • By virtue of this office that originated it, or of name presented
    • by virtue of an office or place
  • others:
    • From company; by virtue, or for that reason, of an office; formally.
    • From office; by virtue, or as a result, of an office; formally.
  • noun:
    • By virtue of company (and without various other especial expert): as, a justice associated with the comfort may ex-officio take sureties of comfort: in addition utilized adjectively: since, an ex officio person in a body.
    • By virtue of office (and without other especial expert): as, a justice regarding the serenity may ex officio take sureties for the serenity: also used adjectively: because, an ex officio member of a body.

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