Ad hoc

Ad hoc is a Latin phrase meaning `for this`. It generally signifies a solution designed for a specific problem or task, non-generalizable, and not intended to be able to be adapted to other purposes. Common examples are organizations, committees, and commissions created at the national or international level for a specific task. In other fields .....
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Ad Hoc

(Latin) literally for this; something that is ad hoc was created for a specific purpose; a committee can be ad hoc if it was implemented to deal with a specific purpose.
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ad hoc

[adj] - often improvised or impromptu 2. [adj] - for or concerned with one specific purpose 3. [adv] - for one specific case
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ad hoc

adjective for or concerned with one specific purpose; `a coordinated policy instead of ad hoc decisions`
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Ad hoc

A dubious assumption or argument arbitrarily introduced as explanation after the fact.
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Ad Hoc

Ad Hoc decisions are made as and when a situation demands:- Ad Hoc committees are formed to address a particular issue - Ad Hoc meetings would take place to discuss specific matters
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Ad Hoc

Ad hoc is Latin for For this purpose
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ad hoc

ad hoc Toward this; for this [purpose]. Referring to this, for this thing, for this purpose, for a particular purpose or occasion, for the present matter or situation, temporary; as a committee might be, said of an argument or reason which applies only to a specific case. An ad hoc committee is one whose existence is limited to the time it takes to...
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Ad Hoc

adj. latin phrase meaning "for this purpose only." It signifies a solution that has been tailored to a specific purpose, say for example an ad-hoc committee or an ad-hoc attorney.
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Ad hoc

Created or done for a particular purpose as necessary and not planned in advance
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Ad hoc

For this purpose
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Ad Hoc

For this purpose Ad Hoc decisions are made as and when a situation demands:- Ad Hoc committees are formed to address a particular issue - Ad Hoc meetings would take place to discuss specific matters
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ad hoc

improvised/devised/applied spontaneously or purely for the purpose ('just for this')
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Ad hoc

The Latin term 'Ad hoc ' means, in a UK legal context: 'for this purpose'.
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