d'office

noddy

Senior Member
English Uk
"Certaines autorisent d’office plus de poids"
This sentence is referring to excess baggage on a plane. So does d'office mean something like "usually"?
thanks for any help
 
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  • NewYorkAngel

    Senior Member
    Mars - Native language:English
    Actually, if I think it over, I think I'm wrong!! :))
    They do not necessarily respect the rules, they allow more luggage than other companies normally do. They 'automatically' authorize...
     
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