- See: IN ABSENTIA.
Dictionary of American idioms. 2013.
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absentia — index absence (nonattendance) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 absentia … Law dictionary
absentia — UK [æbˈsenʃə] US noun Phrase: in absentia … Useful english dictionary
Absentia — vgl. Absence … Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke
absentia — n. in absentia (to be tried in absentia) * * * in absentia (to be tried in absentia) … Combinatory dictionary
absentia — ab|sen|tia [ æb senʃə ] noun in absentia VERY FORMAL if something happens in absentia, the person involved is not present when it happens: Degrees may be awarded in absentia … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
absentia — [[t]æbse̱ntiə, AM se̱nʃə[/t]] PHRASE: PHR after v If something is done to you in absentia, it is done to you when you are not present. [FORMAL] He was tried in absentia and sentenced to seven years in prison … English dictionary
absentia — noun in absentia formal when you are not at a court or an official meeting where a decision is made about you: They were sentenced in absentia … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
absentia — See: IN ABSENTIA … Dictionary of American idioms
absentia — ab|sen|ti|a [æbˈsentiə] n formal [Date: 1800 1900; : Latin; Origin: abesse; ABSENT1] in absentia when you are not at a court or an official meeting where a decision is made about you … Dictionary of contemporary English
absentia — ab|sen|tia [ap...] vgl. ↑in absentia … Das große Fremdwörterbuch