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ca•ve•at emp•tor



Pronunciation: (kav'ē-ät" emp'tôr, -at", kä'vē-, kā-; Lat. kä'we-ät" emp'tōr). [key]
let the buyer beware: the principle that the seller of a product cannot be held responsible for its quality unless it is guaranteed in a warranty.

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