(in kam′ər ə)
- in a judge's private office rather than in open court
- in closed session, as a committee meeting or hearing not open to the public; secretly
L, in chamber
See in camera in American Heritage Dictionary 4
- In secret; privately.
- Law In private with a judge rather than in open court.
Origin: New Latin in camerā
Origin: : Latin in, in
Origin: + Late Latin camerā
Origin: , ablative of camera, chamber
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