pari passu[pä′rē pä′so̵̅o̅′, pā′ri′ pas′o̵̅o̅′]
pari passu definition by Webster's New World
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- at an equal pace
- in an equal or like way
- Law without preference or priority
Origin: Classical Latin
pari passu definition by American Heritage Dictionary
At an equal pace; side by side: inflation and interest rates increasing pari passu.
Origin: Latin parī passū : parī, ablative of pār, equal + passū, ablative of passus, step.