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- (law) While not present; while absent
- The defendant was convicted in absentia after fleeing during the trial.
- (transferred sense, possibly proscribed) Absent in general; not present.
- Since then, the ex-minister has been in absentia, likely relaxing on his private yacht.
- 2016, Yuu Kamiya, translated by Daniel Komen, No Game No Life, volume 4:
- At Sora’s involuntary acknowledgment of their crew currently in absentia, Shiro nodded.
while not present