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erratum (i RAH tuhm, i RAY tuhm) (s) (noun), errata (pl)
1. An error in a publication discovered after it has been printed; the correction of which is made available on a separate page: The publisher called attention to the erratum in the book by including the correction on a blue sheet of paper.
2. A list of corrections of errors in a printed document: Jarvis noticed that on several pages there were errata as indicated by the book publisher.

Some publications point out errata that exist as a list of modifications which are often bound into a book after it has been printed.

There were errata listed for pages 16 and 20 in a recently published history book.

A mistake published in a newspaper about the date an opera was to be presented.
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