Quod-erat-faciendum



[kwawd e-raht fah-kee-en-doo m; English kwod er-uh t fey-shee-en-duh m] /kwɔd ˈɛ rɑt ˌfɑ kiˈɛn dʊm; English kwɒd ˈɛr ət ˌfeɪ ʃiˈɛn dəm/

Latin.
1.
which was to be done.

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