in camera

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See also: incamera



Borrowed from Latin in camerā (in the chamber).


in camera (not comparable)

  1. In secret or in private (in an enclosed room, behind closed doors).
  2. (law) Without the presence of the public or the media (in court)
    The trial was held in camera because the accused was a minor.


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