Latin Legal Terms

aut ... aut

aut ... aut – this Latin term means “either ... or”. It is used in th expression “aut Caesar aut nihil”, that literally means “ether Caesar or nothing”. Nowadays means “all of nothing”. Also used in the expression “Aut consiliis aut ense”, which expresses that opposite parties should either perform respectful discussions or should fight. There is also one interesting phrase “Aut via inceniam aut faciam”, which means “I will either find a way or will construct a way for myself”.

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