ad verbum

adverb ad ver·bum \ (ˌ)ad-ˈvər-bəm \
Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of ad verbum

: to a word : verbatim

Examples of ad verbum in a Sentence

  1. if the giver of the oath mangles the wording, should one repeat after him ad verbum?

Origin and Etymology of ad verbum

borrowed from Latin


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