A radio will be on in the kitchen, ditto the bathroom, to avoid missing a result when boiling a kettle or having a pee.
But if they put in any Britney Spears dodgems or a Beth Ditto Hall of Mirrors, count us out.
Where it occurs in description of it shall mean the same as in the first description of in which it occurs except as in concerned.
Anyone able to shed some light into etymology or correct usage? Etymology: First attested in 1625.
Ditto or unfinished mortar of the malpais for grinding chili and other ingredients for sauce.
Ditto on the East Coast, with Robert Rauschenberg, Warhol, and Lichtenstein, as part of his documentary of Pop Art.