on or about

Definition of "on or about"
  1. A phrase designating an approximate time or location in legal documents, often used to prevent the assertion of inaccuracies
How to use "on or about" in a sentence
  1. The contract stated that the delivery would be made on or about April 30.
  2. The incident occurred on or about the vicinity of the city park.
  3. The loan is due on or about the end of the year.

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