Definition of 'word for word'
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It blows your mind to hear everyone sing word for word. The Sun (2009)Sentences are repeated, word for word. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The recollection might not be word for word but it's pretty accurate. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It sounded rather old-fashioned, and he may have learnt it word for word from a training manual. Times, Sunday Times (2006)
On past occasions, I've repeated hours of word-for-word dialogue to him, and I'd match myself against a tape recorder. MURDER IN E MINOR
The three stories were as close to word-for-word identical as anything he might have hoped for under the circumstances. WITHOUT REMORSE (1993)
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