ad infinitum

[adv] - to infinity
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Ad infinitum

The Latin term 'Ad infinitum ' means, in a UK legal context: 'forever, without limit, to infinity'.
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Ad infinitum

For ever, without limit, To infinity
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Ad infinitum

Ad in`fi·ni'tum [ Latin , to infinity.] Without limit; endlessly.
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Ad infinitum

• Without limit; endlessly.
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ad infinitum

ad infinitum; ad inf.; ad infin. (ad in fuh NIGH tuhm) Without limit; indefinitely into the future; endlessly. Jonathan Swift wrote: 'So, naturalists observe, a flea hath smaller fleas that on him prey; and these have smaller still to bite `em; and so proceed ad infinitum.' The term is often used interchangeably with ad nauseam and the original L...
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Ad Infinitum

Ad infinitum is Latin for to infinity
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Ad infinitum

Ad infinitum is a Latin phrase meaning `to infinity` or `forevermore`. In context, it usually means `continue forever, without limit` and thus can be used to describe a non-terminating process, a non-terminating repeating process, or a set of instructions to be repeated `forever,` among other uses. It may also be used in a manner similar t...
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Ad Infinitum

Without limit Describes an event apparently continuing without end
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Ad Infinitum

Describes an event apparently continuing without end
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