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

 "Word for word"

Definition of Verbatim
The meaning and definition of this famous Latin expression relates to verbally repeating something word for word, an exact and direct duplication. An example of this which most of us can identify with is "I learnt the speech from Shakespeare's Julius Caesar verbatim."



Examples of "Verbatim"
Examples of the use of the famous Latin phrase "Verbatim" can be found in schools and in the modern workplace. The speeches from the works of William Shakespeare that are most often leant verbatim are:

Mark Anthony's funeral speech:
"Friends, Romans, countrymen..."

Hamlet pondering suicide:
"To be, or not to be: that is the question..."

King Henry V encouraging his troops:
"Once more unto the breach, dear friends..."

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The popular Latin phrase or expression "Verbatim" is
so familiar that it has become part of our own language. However, it is often subject to being spelled incorrectly, so be careful not to spell it 'verbatum'.The roots of this famous Latin phrase lay with the language of the ancient Romans. The meaning of the expression is "Word for word".

The Latin language spread throughout the western world and was taught in schools and spoken by the greatest scholars. The use of this expression was so useful and popular that it has survived the passing of time, the phrase is one of our 'Latin legacies'.

"I can still remember the words of the poem that I learnt
Verbatim when I was at school."



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Common misspelling is 'Verbatum'
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