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flagrante delicto

[fluh-gran-tee di-lik-toh] /fləˈgræn ti dɪˈlɪk toʊ/
noun, Law.
1.
in the very act of committing the offense.
Origin
< Latin
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flagrante delicto

/fləˈɡræntɪ dɪˈlɪktəʊ/
adverb
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