In Lean In, Sheryl Sandberg wrote:
This is Latin for "way of living."
"The first fortnight of life in a great caravan like the Wanderer is just a little upsetting; even my coachman felt this. The constant hum of the waggon-wheels, and the jolting—for with the best of springs a two-ton waggon will jolt—shakes the system. It is like living in a mill; but after this you harden up to it, and would not change your modus vivendi for life in a royal palace."
Explain the meaning of "modus vivendi" without saying "temporary compromise" or "way of life."
In a review of a book called Man Meets Dog, Scientific American wrote, "Animals of different species rarely become friends, but they can and often do find a modus vivendi."
Spend 20 seconds or more on the game below. Don’t skip straight to the review—let your working memory empty out first.
1. Some near opposites of MODUS VIVENDI include
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