Latin, meaning: as if, just as, just as if, as it were / a sort of
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[ Latin ] As if; as though; as it were; in a manner sense or degree; having some resemblance to; qualified; -- used as an adjective, or a prefix with a noun or an adjective; as, a quasi
contract, an implied contract, an obligation which has arisen from some act, as if from a contract; a quasi
corporation, a b
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• As if; as though; as it were; in a manner sense or degree; having some resemblance to; qualified; -- used as an adjective, or a prefix with a noun or an adjective; as, a quasi contract, an implied contract, an obligation which has arisen from some act, as if from a contract; a quasi corporation, a body that has some, but not all, of the p...
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quasi 1. In law, just as valid in law as if actual. 2. Resembling somebody or something in some ways, but not exactly the same. 3. This term is used in legal phraseology to indicate that one subject resembles another, with which it is compared, in certain characteristics, but that there are intrinsic and material differences between them.
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Quasi is an American indie rock band formed in Portland, Oregon in 1993 by ex-husband and wife Sam Coomes (vocals, guitar, Rocksichord, various keyboards) and Janet Weiss (vocals and drums). The group performed as a trio from 2007 to 2011 with the addition of bassist Joanna Bolme. ==History== In 1990, Coomes, Weiss, and Brad Pedinov formed the ban
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Lat. Signifying as if, almost. It marks the resemblance, and supposes a little difference between two objects. Civilians use the expressions quasi-contractus, quasi-delictum, quasi-possessio quasi-traditio, etc.
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(v) When an action, decision, order or proclamations etc are taken in a form almost similar to the legal or judicial process, other than by a judicial authority or judicial process such situations are qualified as 'Quasi'. For example a quasy judicial proclamation. The Latin word (kway-zeye, kwah-zee) means 'as if' is a substituted identity.
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: (kway-zeye, kwah-zee) adj., adv. from Latin for "as if," almost, somewhat, to a degree (always used in combination with another word). Quasi refers to things and actions which are not exactly or fully what they might appear, but have to be treated "as if" they were.
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in the manner of
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As if Any person exercising powers similar to those of a judge would be sitting in a Quasi-Judicial capacity
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