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ad in·fi·ni·tum

 (ăd ĭn′fə-nī′təm)
adv. & adj.
To infinity; having no end.

[Latin ad, to + īnfīnītum, accusative of īnfīnītus, infinite.]
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ad infinitum

(æd ˌɪnfɪˈnaɪtəm)
adv
without end; endlessly; to infinity. Abbreviation: ad inf
[Latin]
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ad in•fi•ni•tum

(æd ˌɪn fəˈnaɪ təm, ˌæd ɪn-)
adv.
to infinity; endlessly; without limit.
[< Latin]
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ad infinitum

A Latin phrase meaning to infinity.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.ad infinitum - to infinityad infinitum - to infinity; without or seemingly without limit; "talked on and on ad infinitum"
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ad infinitum

adverb (Latin) endlessly, always, for ever (and ever), infinitely, eternally, perpetually, for all time, in perpetuity, interminably, to infinity, evermore, unceasingly, boundlessly, unendingly, limitlessly, in perpetuum (Latin), without end or limit The cycle repeats itself ad infinitum.
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Translations
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ad infinitum

[ˌædɪnfɪˈnaɪtəm] ADVhasta el infinito, ad infinitum
and so on ad infinitumy así hasta el infinito or ad infinitum
it just carries on ad infinitumes inacabable, es cosa de nunca acabar
it varies ad infinitumtiene un sinfín de variaciones
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ad infinitum

[ˌædɪnfɪˈnaɪtəm] advà l'infini
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ad infinitum

advad infinitum (geh), → für immer
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ad infinitum

[ˌædɪnfiˈnaɪtəm] advall'infinito
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Nuclear waste is lethal and its lifespan ad-infinitum! at the same time solar, wind and wave power has yet to be fully explored, so again it is the Government who, during the last 10 years have continued to ignore this problem, refusing to push the express button and organise the free and cleaner power.