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status quo (n.)

"unaltered condition," 1833, from Latin status quo "the state in which," hence "existing state of affairs." Also status quo ante "the state in which before, state of affairs previous" (1877). Related: Status-quoism.

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Definitions of status quo

status quo (n.)
the existing state of affairs;
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