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dit·to / ˈditō/ 1. used in accounts and lists to indicate that an item is repeated (often indicated by ditto marks under the word or figure to be repeated). ∎ inf. used to indicate that something already said is applicable a second time: if one folds his arms, so does the other; if one crosses his legs, ditto. 2. a similar thing; a duplicate.

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ditto

ditto XVII. — It., Tuscan var. of detto said — L. dictus, pp. of dīcere say.

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ditto

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