verbatim

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  • Info "Verbatim" is a word used either as an adverb, adjective or noun, meaning copied "word for word".
  • The evidence given before the commission can still be read in almost verbatim report. Cited from She Stands Accused, by Victor MacClure
  • I give the account verbatim as I took it down at the time. Cited from Gold, Sport, And Coffee Planting In Mysore, by Robert H. Elliot
  • Most of the matter is taken verbatim from the note-book of one of his students.
  • She has also written some verbatim theatre pieces for stage to support human rights campaigns.
  • In the interests of my paper I took down his speech verbatim. Cited from The Lost World/Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Murphy took the scene verbatim from his own experience of coming out to his father.
  • I only wish there had been a reporter present to take it down verbatim. Cited from At Ypres with Best-Dunkley, by Thomas Hope Floyd
  • Well, I won't read it verbatim, since you feel so strongly upon the subject. Cited from The Valley of Fear, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • I have kept it among my papers and give it verbatim. Cited from Paradise Garden, by George Gibbs
  • The first half might have been copied verbatim, while the last must certainly be his own work. Cited from The Living Link, by James De Mille
  • How long do children in your classes seem to be able to work hard at verbatim memorization? Cited from How to Teach, by George Drayton Strayer and Naomi Norsworthy
  • You remember no end of a lot of things, and give all her speeches verbatim. Cited from The American Baron, by James de Mille
  • A few important letters have been translated, to the best of my ability, verbatim. Cited from The Letters of Cassiodorus, by Cassiodorus
  • This was by no means the end of the conversation, though we need not verbatim go through any more of it. Cited from Castle Richmond, by Anthony Trollope
  • The scene was later included in the film almost verbatim.
  • In some parts the instructions are almost verbatim to his previous ones.
  • The dialogue for both films is often taken directly from the novel, verbatim.
  • I do not know but that it was verbatim the same. Cited from History of the Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
  • My notes are quite full, but I now wish the lectures had been reported verbatim. Cited from Louis Agassiz as a Teacher, by Lane Cooper
  • She recorded many of his statements about music, literature, philosophy and life at some length and apparently verbatim.
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Meaning of verbatim

  • adverb Using exactly the same words
    he repeated her remarks verbatim