mutandis

mutatis mutandis

[moo-tah-tees moo-tahn-dees; English myoo-tey-tis myoo-tan-dis]
Latin.
the necessary changes having been made.
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mutatis mutandis (muːˈtɑːtɪs muːˈtændɪs)
 
the necessary changes having been made

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mutatis mutandis
1498, "with the necessary changes," from L., lit. "things being changed that have to be changed," from the abl. pl. respectively of the pp. and gerundive of mutare "to change" (see mutable).
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