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modus vivendi

noun [S]     /ˌməʊ.dəs.vɪˈven.diː/ US  /ˌmoʊ.dəs.viːˈven.di/ formal
an arrangement allowing people or groups of people who have different opinions or beliefs to work or live together 臨時解決辦法,權宜之計;妥協 Our two countries must put aside the memory of war and seek a modus vivendi. 我們兩國必須捐棄戰爭宿怨,尋求妥協的辦法。 Solving and solutions
Translations of “modus vivendi”
in Chinese (Simplified) 临时解决办法,权宜之计, 妥协…
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