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placet

[pley-sit] /ˈpleɪ sɪt/
noun
1.
an expression or vote of assent or sanction, indicated by the use of the Latin word placet (it pleases).
Origin of placet
1580-1590
1580-90

non placet

[nohn plah-ket; English non pley-sit] /noʊn ˈplɑ kɛt; English nɒn ˈpleɪ sɪt/
noun, Latin.
1.
it is not pleasing.
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placet

/ˈpleɪsɛt/
noun
1.
a vote or expression of assent by saying the word placet
Word Origin
C16: from Latin, literally: it pleases
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