Origin of verbatim
Definition for verbatim (2 of 2)
verbatim et literatim
Examples from the Web for verbatim
I have it on good authority these quotes are 100 percent accurate, if not 100 percent verbatim.
She played the part by reading from a script assembled almost entirely out of verbatim Palin quotes.
He knew exactly what Raymond had said, maybe not verbatim, but certainly in general.
There was no verbatim report, but the room was crowded with members who had come to hear the new Minister.Bismarck and the Foundation of the German Empire|James Wycliffe Headlam
The edition of 1813 is a verbatim reprint of the first and second articles of that of 1702.
I lost no time in reading the contents, which I copy, verbatim.Miles Wallingford|James Fenimore Cooper
I insert a verbatim copy of the handbills with which he deluges the highways and byways of American cities and towns.Hours with the Ghosts or, Nineteenth Century Witchcraft|Henry Ridgely Evans
The following is a verbatim copy of a notice exhibited at Welsh railway station.Railway Adventures and Anecdotes|Various
British Dictionary definitions for verbatim
Word Origin for verbatim
Word Origin and History for verbatim
late 15c., from Medieval Latin verbatim "word for word," from Latin verbum "word" (see verb).