vita
curriculum vitae cur*ric"u*lum vi"tae (k[u^]r*r[i^]k"[=u]*l[u^]m v[imac]"t[=e], k[u^]r*r[i^]k"[=u]*l[u^]m v[imac]"t[imac]), n.; pl. {curricula vitae} (-l[.a]). [L. the course of one's life or career. See {Curriculum}.] A brief biographical summary of the main points of a person's life, especially one's education and training, the jobs one has held, and other notable activities one has participated in, as well as other notable points such as honors one has received. It is prepared and used commonly by a person who is submitting an application for a job or position of responsibility. It is also called a {vita} or {vitae}, and is abbreviated CV. [PJC]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • VITA — inter nomina S. Cenae, apud Scriptores Ecclesiasticos occurrentia. Augustin. de remiss. peccator. contra Pelagium, l. 1. c. 24. optime Punici Christiani, Baptismum ipsum nihil aliud, quam Salutem. et sacramentum corporis Christi nihil aliud,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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  • vita — [vīt′ə, vēt′ə] n. pl. vitae [vīt′ē, vēt′ē] [L, life] 1. a biography or autobiography, often a brief one 2. CURRICULUM VITAE …   English World dictionary

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