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 (ĭb′ĭ-dĕm′, ĭ-bī′dəm)
adv. Abbr. ib. or ibid.
In the same place. Used in footnotes and bibliographies to refer to the book, chapter, article, or page cited just before.

[Latin ibīdem; see i- in Indo-European roots.]


in the same place


(ˈɪb ɪ dəm, ɪˈbaɪ dəm, ɪˈbi-)

in the same book, chapter, page, etc., previously cited.
[< Latin: in the place already mentioned]
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Adv.1.ibidem - in the same place (used when citing a reference)
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Such had been Silas Deemer--such the fixity and invariety of his life and habit, that the village humorist (who had once attended college) was moved to bestow upon him the sobriquet of "Old Ibidem," and, in the first issue of the local newspaper after the death, to explain without offence that Silas had taken "a day off.
Nao para os jogadores, que sao profissionais submetidos a tensoes nao diferentes das de um operario da linha de montagem (afora algumas insignificantes diferencas salariais), nao para os espectadores, isto e, a maioria (idem, ibidem, p.
The multiple editors of the six-volume series of The Aspects of the Orange Revolution published by ibidem Publishers primarily coming from the Western academic environment put together an exceptional publication that paints a multi-faced canvas of the factors, the proceedings, as well as the consequences of the Orange Revolution.