[Answer] temporizing

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Temporizing synonyms Temporizing pronunciation Temporizing translation English dictionary definition of Temporizing . v. tem·po·rized tem·po·riz·ing tem …
Temporize comes from the Medieval Latin verb temporizare (“to pass the time”) which itself comes from the Latin noun tempus meaning “time.” “Tempus” is also the root of such words as “tempo ” “contemporary ” and “temporal.” If you need to buy some time you might resort to temporizing – but you probably won’t win admiration for doing so.
tem·po·rize (tĕm′pə-rīz′) v. tem·po·rized tem·po·riz·ing tem·po·riz·es v.intr. 1. To act or speak in order to gain time avoid an argument or postpone a …
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