[ip-sis-si-mah wer-bah; English ip-sis-uh-muh vur-buh] /ɪpˈsɪs sɪˌmɑ ˈwɛr bɑ; English ɪpˈsɪs ə mə ˈvɜr bə/ Latin.
with the very words; verbatim.
the very words.
the very words; verbatim
[ip-soh fak-toh] /ˈɪp soʊ ˈfæk toʊ/ adverb 1. by the fact itself; by the very nature of the deed: to be condemned ipso facto. /ˈɪpsəʊ ˈfæktəʊ/ adverb 1. by that very fact or act: ipso facto his guilt was apparent Latin, literally “by that very fact.”
[ip-soh yoo-re; English ip-soh joo r-ee] /ˈɪp soʊ ˈyu rɛ; English ˈɪp soʊ ˈdʒʊər i/ adverb, Latin. 1. by the law itself; by operation of law. /ˈɪpsəʊ ˈjʊərɪ/ adverb 1. by the law itself; by operation of law
inhibitory postsynaptic potential
[ip-suh s] /ˈɪp səs/ noun 1. an ancient village in central Asia Minor, in Phrygia: the scene of a battle (301 b.c.) between the successors of Alexander the Great. /ˈɪpsəs/ noun 1. an ancient town in Asia Minor, in S Phrygia: site of a decisive battle (301 bc) in the Wars of the Diadochi in […]