[ ib-id ]
/ ˈɪb ɪd /
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Question 1 of 7
What does "dignity" mean?
Words nearby ibid.
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How to use ibid. in a sentence
(“I have no way”) E.R. Press Conference Jan. 31, 1939; ibid, p. 85-6.
(“No human being”) E.R., “How to Take Criticism,” Ladies Home Journal, Nov., 1944, ibid, p. 31.
(“Someone wrote me”) E.R. Press Conference Jan. 31, 1939; ibid, p. 85.
Daniel Silver, a terrific young London sculptor, was in and out of his gallery, Ibid Projects.
When the synagogue shall be cast off, thou shalt judge it in measure, and in proportion to its crimes.-Ibid.
This alludes to the figure of the cherubims in the sanctuary, which with stretched out wings covered the ark.-Ibid.
He means the builder's plummet, which Zorobabel shall hold in his hand for the finishing the building.-Ibid.
For a succinct account of the English controversy about the chorus see ibid., I, 437-438.
Rivetus, how he treats Grotius with regard to his writings in favour of a coalition, 274Grotius's answer, ibid.
British Dictionary definitions for ibid.
abbreviation for (in annotations, bibliographies, etc, when referring to a book, article, chapter, or page previously cited)
Word Origin for ibid.
Latin: in the same place
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Cultural definitions for ibid.
An abbreviation for ibidem, a Latin word meaning “in the same place.” It is used in footnotes and bibliographies to refer to a source cited in a previous entry.
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