ad interim[ ad in-tuh-rim ]SEE DEFINITION OF ad interim
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AD INTERIM
You know my father, who thinks that he is king of France ad interim.
All appointments to vacancies so created were to be ad interim appointments.
To do Lucy justice, moreover, she allows me $1500 a year, ad interim.
About the same period the vacant post of Kapellmeister at the Darmstadt Court was given to him ad interim.
First:—The extension of the ad interim term of copyright from sixty to 120 days.
The DeLeonites issued a special referendum circular signed by the ad interim officers.
The new government was only, however, of an ad interim nature, for it was not certain that England would keep Canada.
The ad interim governments could make little progress in securing its enforcement.
Antonio Molto—Segundo cabo, term as governor (ad interim), 1888.
Federico Lobaton—Naval officer; term as governor (ad interim), only one day in 1888.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR AD INTERIM
- ad hoc
- ad interim
- for the time being
- pro tem
- pro tempore