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a) Latin phrase meaning 'in the voice of the people',

b) (adj, preceded by in,) written, spoken or explained in a non-scientific, non convoluted terms that are comprehensible even to the least educated of people, i.e the masses.

c) The theoretical name of a theoretical newspaper that is supposed to be written by the masses for the masses
son: Dad, please explain my chemistry homework to me in vox populii; i don't get it.

father: I am neither Templar Knight nor Fanatical Turk, I am neither here to explain to you your homework in vox populii, because you are in private school and are supposed to brew your own vegetable soup and learn things on your own, and neither am I here to do your homework for you, because you won't learn anything.
by Sexydimma September 15, 2013

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