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Ab initio

(Latin): from the beginning

At the book reading, the author started reading his book ab initio.


A cappella

(Italian): sung without instrumental accompaniment [literally ‘in chapel style]

The morning prayer at the school is sung a capella.


À deux

(French): for or involving two people

The new Italian restaurant only serves dinner à deux.


Ad hoc

(Latin): made or done for a particular purpose

There is an ad hoc meeting of ministers and civil servants today.


Ad infinitum

(Latin): endlessly, forever [literally ‘to infinity’]

The public has been complaining about the exorbitantly high taxes ad infinitum.


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