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Ad nauseam

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Meaning of Ad nauseam
The English meaning and translation of this Latin phrase is as follows:

 "To sickness"

Definition of Ad nauseam
The meaning and definition of this famous Latin expression relates to the term used by the ancient Romans for sea-sickness and nausea. The phrase is used to describe something that is repeated so much that people are "sick of it". An example is "The hit song was played ad nauseum."

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Examples of "Ad nauseam"
Examples of the use of the famous Latin phrase can be found in schools, colleges and in the modern workplace. The phrase is occasionally used as a humorous alternative to the other Latin expression 'ad infinitum' meaning something that is seemingly without limit. The first example of the over-played pop song will ring a bell with everyone! Other examples include references to old movies or TV shows being rerun again and again to the comment "That movie has been played ad nauseam."

"Argumentum ad nauseam"
An 'argumentum ad nauseam' is a logical fallacy used by debaters involving an argument based on prolonged repetition. The idea is the more times you say something, the more likely it is that it will be remembered or believed.

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Examples of Ad nauseam
The popular Latin phrase or expression "Ad nauseam" is
so familiar that it has become part of the English language. However, it is often subject to being spelled incorrectly, so be careful not to spell it 'ad nauseum'. Other helpful examples of this popular expression are:

"The debate continued Ad nauseam."

"The subject has been talked about ad nauseam!"

"The speaker droned on Ad nauseam."

"The teacher lectured on the subject Ad nauseam."

 

Ad nauseam

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Means "To sickness"
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Common misspelling is 'nauseum'
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