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ex cathedra

adjective [before noun], adverb     /ˌeks.kəˈθiː.drə/ formal
with complete authority, or said by the Pope to be true and so accepted by all members of the Roman Catholic Church 權威性的(地);來自權威方面的(地);(教皇諭旨)一貫判斷正確的(地) Controlling and being in chargeThe Roman Catholic ChurchChristian denominations
(Definition of ex cathedra from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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