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- noun A method of operating or functioning.
- noun A person's manner of working.
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- manner of operating. Often abbreviated to
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- noun colloquial A person or thing's normal mode of operation.
- noun law enforcement A known criminal's established habits and mode of work when committing specific offences, especially fraud, matched with characteristics of an unsolved crime to narrow down (limit to a specific list) or
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- noun an unvarying or habitual method or procedure
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[New Latin modus operandī : Latin modus, mode + Latin operandī, genitive sing. gerund of operārī, to work.]
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From Latin modus operandi, from modus ("manner, method") and operandi ("of working")
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