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Borrowed from Latin ad nauseam, from ad (to) + nauseam (sea-sickness, sickness, nausea), form of nausea.

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ad nauseam (not comparable)

  1. To a nauseating or sickening degree.
  2. Having been done or repeated so often that it has become annoying or tiresome.
    A drunk person was repeating the same old story ad nauseam.

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ad nauseam (not comparable)

  1. ad nauseam (being repeated too often)