pro tempore

Definition of "pro tempore"
  1. A term used to describe a person who is chosen or appointed to serve in a position temporarily, most likely when the regular official is unavailable or absent
How to use "pro tempore" in a sentence
  1. During the mayor's vacation, the deputy mayor will act as the pro tempore.
  2. In a corporate setting, a member of the board may be designated as the CEO pro tempore in the event of an unforeseen absence.
  3. In case of the principal's illness, an assistant principal will be assigned as the pro tempore to handle the administrative duties.

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