every+year

  • 1 every year — adverb without missing a year (Freq. 1) they travel to China annually • Syn: ↑annually, ↑yearly, ↑each year • Derived from adjective: ↑annual (for: ↑ …

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  • 2 every year — each year, each 365 days …

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  • 3 every year — ælce geare …

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  • 4 The same procedure as every year —   Diese Anweisung (deutsch: »Dieselbe Prozedur wie jedes Jahr«) taucht in dem englischen Fernsehsketch »Dinner for one« wiederholt auf. Die alte Miss Sophie feiert ihren Geburtstag, alleine am Tisch sitzend, nach demselben Ritual wie jedes Jahr.… …

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  • 5 year — W1S1 [jıə, jə: US jır] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(12 months)¦ 2¦(january to december)¦ 3 years 4 all (the) year round 5 year by year 6 year after year/year in, year out 7¦(period of life/history)¦ 8 the school/academic year 9¦(s …

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  • 6 year — or sidereal year [yir] n. [ME yere < OE gear, akin to Ger jahr < IE * yēro , year, summer (> Gr hōros, time, year, OSlav jara, spring) < base * ei , to go (> L ire, to go): basic sense “that which passes”] 1. a) a period of 365… …

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  • 7 year|ly — «YIHR lee», adjective, adverb. –adj. 1. once a year; in every year: »He takes a yearly trip to the mountains from his home in the city. 2. lasting a year: »The earth makes a yearly revolution around the sun. 3. for a year: »He is paid a yearly… …

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  • 8 year — [ jır ] noun *** 1. ) count a period of 365 days, or 366 in a leap year, divided into 12 months: He lived in Paris for a few years. a ) used about a particular period of time, beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31, or between the first …

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  • 9 year on year — british phrase used for talking about situations in which something continues to change or develop every year Thesaurus: happening at particular intervals of timehyponym all the time and alwayssynonym Main entry: year * * * ˌyear on ˈyear …

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  • 10 year after year — ► every year for a long period: »The fund produces terrific results year after year. Main Entry: ↑year …

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  • 11 year by year — every year. Year by year there has been an increase in violence shown in the movies and on TV. Related vocabulary: day by day, week by week, month by month …

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  • 12 year in, year out — every year for a long time. Year in, year out, he has been one of the best players in baseball …

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  • 13 year|book — «YIHR BUK», noun. a book or a report published every year. Yearbooks often report facts of the year. The graduating class of a school or college usually publishes a yearbook, with pictures of its members …

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  • 14 year — [[t]jɪ͟ə(r)[/t]] ♦ years 1) N COUNT A year is a period of twelve months or 365 or 366 days, beginning on the first of January and ending on the thirty first of December. The year was 1840... We had an election last year. ...the number of people… …

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  • 15 year — /jɪə / (say year) noun 1. a period of 365 or 366 days, divided into 12 calendar months, based on the Gregorian calendar and now reckoned as beginning 1 January and ending 31 December (calendar year). 2. a period of approximately the same length… …

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  • 16 year in, year out — REPEATEDLY, again and again, time and (time) again, time after time, over and over (again), week in, week out, day in, day out, recurrently, continuously, continually, constantly, habitually, regularly, without a break …

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  • 17 Year's Best SF (Book 1) — infobox Book | name = Year s Best SF title orig = translator = image caption = Cover of paperback edition. author = Edited by David G. Hartwell illustrator = cover artist = Bob Eggleton country = United States language = English series = Year s… …

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  • 18 year after year — each year, every year, annually …

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  • 19 year in, year out — adverb during every year; always …

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  • 20 year on year — British used for talking about situations in which something continues to change or develop every year …

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