ad infinitum

ad infinitum

[ad in-fuh-nahy-tuhm, ad in-]
adverb
to infinity; endlessly; without limit.

Origin:
< Latin

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ad infinitum (æd ˌɪnfɪˈnaɪtəm)
 
adv
ad inf without end; endlessly; to infinity
 
[Latin]

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ad infinitum
1670s, from L., from ad "to" + infinitum "infinity," neut. of adj. infinitus "endless" (see infinite).
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