always

  • 1 Always — means at all points in time or at anytime . The term comes from the words all and ways , meaning that something is happening and will do so eternally.Always may refer to:* Always (1985 film), a romantic drama written and directed by Henry Jaglom… …

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  • 2 Always — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Always (en español: siempre) puede referirse a: Always (película) (1989), película de Steven Spielberg; Always Sanchōme no Yūhi (2005), película de Takashi Yamazaki; Always Zoku Sanchōme no Yūhi (2007), película… …

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  • 3 Always — (с англ. ˈɔl.weɪz  всегда): Always (песня Alborosie) Always (песня Bon Jovi) Always (песня Bent) Always (песня Erasure) Always (песня группы Sum 41) Always (песня группы Blink 182) Always (песня Айсель и Араша) Always (альбом Азиза… …

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  • 4 Always Be — «Always Be» Сингл Jimmy Eat World из альбома …

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  • 5 always — [ôl′wāz, ô′wāz] adv. [ME, adv. gen. of alwei, alway < OE ealne weg: see ALL & WAY] 1. at all times; on all occasions; invariably [always be courteous] 2. all the time; continuously; forever [always present in the atmosphere] 3. at any time;… …

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  • 6 Always... — Always... Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Always es el primer disco de la banda de rock holandesa The Gathering editado en 1993. Lista de canciones The mirror waters (7:10) Subzero (6:53) In sickness and health (7:00) King for a day (6:33) Second… …

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  • 7 Always — Al ways, adv. [All + way. The s is an adverbial (orig. a genitive) ending.] 1. At all times; ever; perpetually; throughout all time; continually; as, God is always the same. [1913 Webster] Even in Heaven his [Mammon s] looks and thoughts. Milton …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 8 always-on — UK US adjective [before noun] ► IT, INTERNET operating 24 hours a day: »Services will include a fast, always on connection to the Internet …

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  • 9 always-on — adjective COMPUTING an always on Internet connection allows you to remain ONLINE (=connected to the Internet) all the time …

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  • 10 always — mid 14c., compound of Old English phrase ealne weg always, quite, perpetually, lit. all the way, with accusative of space or distance, though the oldest recorded usages refer to time. The adverbial genitive s appeared early 13c. and is now the… …

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  • 11 always-on — UK US adjective computing an always on Internet connection allows you to remain online (=connected to the Internet) all the time Thesaurus: describing internet features and internet usehyponym …

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  • 12 always — I (Forever) adverb all the time, all the while, at all times, for all history II (Without exception) adverb by and large each and every time, invariably, universally III index invariably …

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  • 13 Always — es el primer disco de la banda de Gothic Metal holandesa The Gathering editado en 1993 …

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  • 14 Always —    Comédie fantastique de Steven Spielberg, avec Richard Dreyfuss, Holly Hunter, Brad Johnson, John Goodman, Audrey Hepburn.   Scénario: Jerry Belson, d après le film Un nommé Joe   Photographie: Mikael Salomon   Musique: John Williams   Montage …

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  • 15 always — [adv] forever; continually consistently, constantly, eternally, ever, everlastingly, evermore, forevermore, for keeps, in perpetuum, invariably, perpetually, regularly, repeatedly, till blue in the face*, till cows come home*, till hell freezes… …

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  • 16 always — ► ADVERB 1) on all occasions; at all times. 2) forever. 3) repeatedly. 4) failing all else …

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  • 17 always — adverb 1 all the time, at all times, on every occassion: Always lock your bicycle to something secure. | Tea is always served at 5 o clock. | She had always assumed that Gabriel was a girl s name. | Anne had always been pretty. | He wasn t always …

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  • 18 always — al|ways W1S1 [ˈo:lwız, weız US ˈo:l ] adv [Date: 1300 1400; : Old English; Origin: ealne weg all the way ] 1.) all the time, at all times, or every time ▪ Always lock your bicycle to something secure. ▪ She d always assumed that Gabriel was a… …

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  • 19 always — [[t]ɔ͟ːlweɪz[/t]] ♦ 1) ADV: ADV before v If you always do something, you do it whenever a particular situation occurs. If you always did something, you did it whenever a particular situation occurred. Whenever I get into a relationship, I always… …

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  • 20 always — al|ways [ ɔl,weız ] adverb *** 1. ) on every occasion: I always get the eight o clock bus. My mother and I do not always agree. Starting a new job is always a bit of a shock. 2. ) all the time: Is he always this silly? There s always a pen in my… …

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