"ad infinitum" (Latin)

by Craig Shrives

What does the Latin term ad infinitum mean?

"Ad infinitum" is a Latin term that translates to "to infinity" or "forever." It is used to describe a process, action, or situation that continues indefinitely without an end.

Examples in Sentences

Here are three example sentences using the term "ad infinitum":
  • The cycle of birth, death, and rebirth is believed to continue ad infinitum in certain religious philosophies.
  • They debated the topic for hours, going back and forth ad infinitum without reaching a resolution.
  • The pattern repeats ad infinitum, creating an intricate design that extends endlessly.
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