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May 26, 2008
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Friday, 23rd May 2008 : Today's Word is ...


Verbatim



( Adjective )




Pronunciation : ver-bαytim


Definition:



1. Using exactly the same words

2. In exactly the same words

3. Employing the very same words as another

4. Word for word


Etymology:


15th century - medieval Latin - Latin verbum - word


Synonyms:


exact, word for word, precise, literal, letter-perfect, strict, word-perfect


Antonyms:


imprecise, corrupt


Contextual Examples:


• True art selects and paraphrases, but seldom gives a
verbatim translation.

• This is a
verbatim report of the conversation.

• They repeated their dialogue
verbatim.

• I'll repeat it
verbatim.

• I cannot reproduce it
verbatim, for I had no after opportunity of refreshing my memory.


Related Words:



•
verbal : Adjective

•
verbalise : Verb

•
verbalist : Noun

•
verbalism : Noun

•
verbiage : Noun

•
verbose : Adjective


NOTE :

Verbatim Corporation : One of the world's most recognized data storage technology developers, Verbatim Corporation was one of the first manufacturers in the floppy disk industry, making its start several years after its founding in 1969. By virtue of a licensing agreement reached by the company's founder with International Business Machines (IBM), Verbatim began manufacturing floppy disks in the early 1970s, and has kept pace with the ever-changing marketplace since that time. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Verbatim operates as a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation. Its product line includes CD recordable media, DVD recordable media, printable media, LightScribe media, USB drives, memory cards, and printer supplies.




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