[loh-kuh m tee-nenz, ten-inz] /ˈloʊ kəm ˈti nɛnz, ˈtɛn ɪnz/
noun, plural locum tenentes
[loh-kuh m tuh-nen-teez] /ˈloʊ kəm təˈnɛn tiz/ (Show IPA). Chiefly British.
a temporary substitute, especially for a doctor or member of the clergy.
noun (pl) locum tenentes (təˈnɛntiːz)
(mainly Brit) a person who stands in temporarily for another member of the same profession, esp for a physician, chemist, or clergyman Often shortened to locum
Medieval Latin, “one who holds the place (of another);” from locum (nominative locus; see locus) + tenens, present participle of tenere (see tenant).
[loh-kuh s] /ˈloʊ kəs/ noun, plural loci [loh-sahy, -kee, -kahy] /ˈloʊ saɪ, -ki, -kaɪ/ (Show IPA), loca [loh-kuh] /ˈloʊ kə/ (Show IPA) 1. a place; locality. 2. a center or source, as of activities or power: locus of control. 3. Mathematics. the set of all points, lines, or surfaces that satisfy a given requirement. 4. […]
[loh-koo s klahs-si-koo s; English loh-kuh s klas-i-kuh s] /ˈloʊ kʊs ˈklɑs sɪˌkʊs; English ˈloʊ kəs ˈklæs ɪ kəs/ noun, plural loci classici [loh-kee klahs-si-kee; English loh-sahy klas-uh-sahy, loh-kahy klas-i-kahy] /ˈloʊ ki ˈklɑs sɪˌki; English ˈloʊ saɪ ˈklæs əˌsaɪ, ˈloʊ kaɪ ˈklæs ɪˌkaɪ/ (Show IPA). Latin. 1. classical source: a passage commonly cited to illustrate […]
[loh-koo s in kwoh; English loh-kuh s in kwoh] /ˈloʊ kʊs ɪn ˈkwoʊ; English ˈloʊ kəs ɪn ˈkwoʊ/ noun, Latin. 1. the place in which; the very place; the scene of the event.
- Locus of control
locus of control n. A theoretical construct designed to assess a person’s perceived control over his or her own behavior. The classification internal locus indicates that the person feels in control of events; external locus indicates that others are perceived to have that control.