Latin ad infinitum (to infinity)
- Ad infinitum
to infinity; endlessly; without limit. Contemporary Examples Good versus evil, light versus dark, a snake eats its own tail, ad infinitum. ‘Hemlock Grove’: Netflix’s Latest Original Show Is Scary Bad Jace Lacob April 18, 2013 Historical Examples As the atoms are eternal and uncaused, so is motion; it has its origin in a preceding motion, […]
- Ad init.
ad initium. Latin ad initium (at the beginning)
- Ad initium
at the beginning.
- Ad int.
ad interim. Latin ad interim (in the meantime)