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ad infinitum

[ ad -in-fuh-nahy-tuhm, ad in- ]
/ æd ˌɪn fəˈnaɪ təm, ˌæd ɪn- /
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adverb
to infinity; endlessly; without limit. Abbreviations: ad inf., ad infin
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Origin of ad infinitum

From Latin

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British Dictionary definitions for ad infinitum

ad infinitum
/ (æd ˌɪnfɪˈnaɪtəm) /

adverb
without end; endlessly; to infinityAbbreviation: ad inf

Word Origin for ad infinitum

Latin
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