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There is 1 meaning of the phrase Vade Mecum.

Vade Mecum - as a noun

A concise reference book providing specific information about a subject or location

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book of factsreference14reference bookreference work
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"She always carries her vade mecum with her, as a quick reference guide for her job."
"The vade mecum contains valuable information about local customs and traditions."
"I rely on my vade mecum for all my travel needs, including maps and language translations."
"The professor suggested that his students use the textbook as a vade mecum for the course."
"This pocket-sized vade mecum is perfect for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts."
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