Errare-humanum-est



[er-rah-re hoo-mah-noo m est; English e-rair-ee hyoo-mey-nuh m est] /ɛrˈrɑ rɛ huˈmɑ nʊm ˈɛst; English ɛˈrɛər i hyuˈmeɪ nəm ˈɛst/

1.
Latin. to err is human.

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