What does mutatis mutandis mean

mutatis mutandis (German)

Part of speech: idiom

Hyphenation:
mu | ta | tis mu | tan | dis
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [muˈtaːtiːs muˈtandiːs]
Word meaning / definition:
1) with the reservation that it is adjusted
Abbreviation:
1 mm.
Related terms:
1) with the necessary changes, changing what is to be changed after adapting to the new circumstances, analogously
Application examples:
1) The rules of interpretation of the Vienna Convention on Contract Law, which apply to the EPC, are therefore only mutatis mutandis apply.
1) „Mutatis mutandis this reservoir function also applies to encrypted texts. "
1) “What is said in the following about grammars is true mutatis mutandis also for lexicons. "
Typical word combinations:
1) something is truemutatis mutandis

Translations

  • Dutch: 1) mutatis mutandis
  • Swedish: 1) mutatis mutandis

Practical example sentences

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The ideas and the way are not new, however, they are mutatis mutandis the old ones: the left governs like the SED before, the Greens and the SPD are allowed to sit in the government and Mohrings CDU parries.
Tichy's Insight, January 13, 2020

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