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|Italian to English translations [PRO]|
|Italian term or phrase: in vitro.|
|la necessità di ricorrere, in diversa misura, a simulazioni della realtà costituite per lo più in vitro.|
|English translation:in vitro|
The Latin term "in vitro" is regularly used in English, meaning "experimentally," especially by research scientists.
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"In vitro" is a Latin (not Italian) expression to indicate something made in a lab or an experiment, lit. it means "in glass".
An alternative to it could also be "virtual simulations of reality" = simulazioni della realtà in vitro (it depends on the larger context)
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