erratum definition

  • noun:
    • one in printing or writing, specifically these types of a mistake noted in a listing of corrections and bound into a novel.
    • one, especially one in a printed work.
    • one or error in writing or publishing.
    • An error or blunder written down or printing. The menu of the errata of a novel is generally printed at the beginning or end, with recommendations towards pages and outlines for which they happen.
    • a mistake in printed matter caused by mechanical failures of some sort
    • one in printing or writing, specially such one noted in a list of corrections and bound into a novel.
    • a mistake, specifically one in a printed work.
    • An error or blunder on paper or printing.
    • An error or blunder written down or printing. The menu of the errata of a novel is usually printed at the beginning or end, with references towards pages and lines by which they happen.
    • a mistake in imprinted matter resulting from technical failures of some type
    • An error in publishing or writing, especially these types of an error noted in a list of modifications and bound into a novel.
    • one, specially one out of a printed work.
    • one or error on paper or printing.
    • An error or mistake written down or publishing. The list of the errata of a novel is usually imprinted at the beginning or end, with references to your pages and lines by which they happen.
    • an error in printed matter caused by technical problems of some sort

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