\lˈatɪtjˌuːd], \lˈatɪtjˌuːd], \l_ˈa_t_ɪ_t_j_ˌuː_d]\
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n. [Latin] Extent from side to side, or distance sidewise from a given point or line; breadth; width;â€” room; space; hence, looseness; laxity;â€” breadth of signification, application, &c.; extent of deviation from a standard, as truth, style, and the like;â€” amplitude; scope the angular distance of a heavenly body from the ecliptic;â€” the distance of any place on the globe north or south of the equator.
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