What is another word for erratum?

Pronunciation: [ɛɹˈɑːtəm] (IPA)

Erratum refers to an error that occurs in a written or printed document. Other synonyms for the word erratum include mistake, misprint, typo, errata, and corrigendum. A mistake is something that is done incorrectly, whereas a misprint is a mistake that occurs in printed material. Similarly, a typo refers to a typographical error that happens when typing or composing a document. Errata is the plural of erratum and it refers to multiple errors made in a document whereas corrigendum is a term used to denote a correction made to a mistake or error. Overall, all these synonyms indicate any error that has been made while publishing a document and require a correction for the same.

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What are the hypernyms for Erratum?

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What are the hyponyms for Erratum?

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What are the opposite words for erratum?

Erratum, meaning an error or mistake in printing or writing, has few antonyms that are directly related to its meaning. However, some antonyms that can be used in the context of correcting an error include perfection, accuracy, flawlessness, correctness, precision, and exactitude. These words convey the opposite of erratum, indicating that the work is free from errors and mistakes. Other antonyms that are not directly related to erratum could be honesty, truth, authenticity, and genuineness, implying that the content of the work is honest and factual. While there may not be many specific antonyms for erratum, there are plenty of alternative words that can be used in its place to convey a similar meaning.

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Usage examples for Erratum

Page xii: erratum applied to text.
"Luca Signorelli"
Maud Cruttwell
A furious controversy raged between two famous scholars from a very laughable but accidental erratum, and threatened serious consequences to one of the parties.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)"
Isaac D'Israeli
Yet all this terrible reproach is only founded on an erratum!
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3)"
Isaac D'Israeli

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