Etymology
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modus operandi (n.)

"way of doing or accomplishing," 1650s, Latin, literally "mode of operating" (see modus). Abbreviation m.o. is attested from 1955.

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Definitions of modus operandi

modus operandi (n.)
an unvarying or habitual method or procedure;
Synonyms: routine
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