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In pleno

The phrase “in pleno” is derived from Latin, and it means “in full” or “in the midst of.” It is commonly used to describe a situation or an activity that is happening at its peak or in the middle of it. The phrase emphasizes that something is occurring intensely or at its highest point. For instance, you can use the phrase “We are in pleno summer” to indicate that summer is at its peak, and the temperatures are very high.

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