"ad interim" (Latin)

by Craig Shrives

What does the Latin term ad interim mean?

"Ad interim" is a Latin term that means "in the meantime" or "temporarily." It is commonly used to describe a person or position that is appointed to fulfill duties or responsibilities on a temporary basis until a permanent replacement or solution is found.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three example sentences using the term "ad interim":
  • The CEO went on a medical leave, and the CFO was appointed ad interim to oversee the company's operations.
  • During the transition period, the vice president will serve ad interim as the interim president.
  • The committee elected John as the ad interim chairperson until the formal election takes place.
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