- verbatim (adv.)
- late 15c., from Medieval Latin verbatim "word for word," from Latin verbum "word" (see verb). As an adjective from 1737.
- 1. The President's speeches are regularly reproduced verbatim in the state-run newspapers.
- 2. He reported the speech verbatim.
- 3. I was treated to a verbatim report of every conversation she's taken part in over the past week.
- 4. His memory was so good that he could repeat many Shakespeare plays verbatim
- 5. The following is taken almost verbatim from Cox's paper.
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