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verbatim (adverb) (not comparable)
1. Referring to how something is repeated word-for-word, literally, either written or spoken: In court, Janet repeated verbatim what the culprit told her on the street.
2. Etymology: from Latin verbum, "word."
Conveying an order with another person in exactly the same words.
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Quoting someone as to what he said at a party.
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Word Entries containing the term: “verbatim
verbatim et litteratim
Word for word and letter for letter; accurately rendered. Sometimes this phrase is written as: verbatim et litteratim et punctatim; or as, "Word for word and letter for letter and point for point."