in vacuo[in vak′yo̵̅o̅ ō′]
in vacuo definition by Webster's New World
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in a vacuum
Origin: Classical Latin
in vacuo definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- In a vacuum.
- In isolation; without reference to related evidence.
Origin: New Latin in vacuō : Latin in, in + Latin vacuō, ablative of vacuus, empty.