ex tempore

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See also: extempore

English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin ex (immediately after) + tempore, ablative singular of tempus (time", "opportunity", "occasion)

Adjective[edit]

ex tempore (comparative more ex tempore, superlative most ex tempore)

  1. carried out with no preparation; impromptu

Adverb[edit]

ex tempore (comparative more ex tempore, superlative most ex tempore)

  1. without preparation; extemporaneously

Noun[edit]

ex tempore (plural ex tempores)

  1. Something improvised.

Finnish[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /ˈeksˌtempore/, [ˈe̞ks̠ˌt̪e̞mpo̞re̞], IPA(key): /ˈeksˌtemporeː/, [ˈe̞ks̠ˌt̪e̞mpo̞re̞ː]

Adverb[edit]

ex tempore

  1. ex tempore