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Caveat Emptor Definition in Context 601 Words

Caveat emptor definition in authentic context to practice reading comprehension and vocabulary improvement at the same time from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam for advanced learners of English.

/ˌkæv.i.ætˈemp.tɔːʳ/ (noun)

Caveat emptor definition

a commercial term that says that a buyer is responsible for the quality of the goods they purchase and they are supposed to make sure what they are buying is of high quality, in Latin it means: let the buyer beware


Latin for “let the buyer beware.” A doctrine that often places on buyers the burden to reasonably examine property before purchase and take responsibility for its condition. Especially applicable to items that are not covered under a strict warranty.

Source of example:


buy a pig in a poke

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