pro forma

Definitions of "pro forma"
  1. A phrase used to describe something that is done as a simple formality or ritual so it appears to meet certain standards or rules
  2. A term denoting something that is made or provided beforehand to outline possible events or items
How to use "pro forma" in a sentence
  1. The meeting was a pro forma affair, as the decision had already been made.
  2. The company issued a pro forma invoice for the equipment they had ordered.
  3. Their pro forma financial statement was meant to project potential earnings over the next quarter.

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