Similar words: erratic, aberration, erratically, errant, terrain, aberrant, terra firma, or rather. Meaning: [e'rɑːtəm] n. a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind.
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1 A list of errata was printed at the back of the book.
2 Displacement compressors, vacuum pumps, and blowers; Erratum.
3 My printing this pamphlet was another erratum.
4 In a recent Erratum, the W3C declared that you cannot use any prefix besides xml on the names built into XML.
5 Erratum: The half - yearly average figures for Taiwan's rejoining the United Nations have been mis- calculated in the original version.
6 You'll also find the latest news, erratum, and tutorials for using and amending BusyBox.
7 The book's authors are innocent victims of this, and I have submitted an erratum on this point to the publisher.
8 CCNP, this with respect to prep let alone, already the road by, exchange, it is 4 books remotely apart with erratum, each have 600-700 page originally (attention, what I say is English edition.
9 Only after the Document Object Model (DOM) decided to ignore the spec did the XML Core group introduce an erratum to rewrite history and pretend xmlns had always been identified by a namespace.
More similar words: erratic, aberration, erratically, errant, terrain, aberrant, terra firma, or rather, narrator, narrative, irrational, apparatus, irrationally, gratuitous, temperature, congratulate, congratulations, extraterrestrial, tumor, stump, autumn, quantum, stumble, costume, momentum, tumultuous, ad infinitum, array, arrange, warrant.