Definition of constantly in English:

constantly

adverb

  • Continuously over a period of time; always:

    ‘the world is constantly changing’
    ‘he was constantly on her mind’
    • ‘I loved her because she always had a smile on her face and constantly gave her best.’
    • ‘When I go to stay with them my mum constantly wants to know what they are up to and what his girlfriend is like.’
    • ‘We are constantly looking at ways in which to make the car park a safer place.’
    • ‘Because of his zest for life he was, and will be, an inspiration to me constantly.’
    • ‘Teenagers today are constantly being told how we need to study hard to gain the best from our future.’
    always, all the time, the entire time, continually, continuously, persistently, repeatedly, regularly
    round the clock, without a break, night and day, day and night, morning, noon, and night
    endlessly, non-stop, incessantly, unceasingly, ceaselessly, perpetually, eternally, perennially, forever
    interminably, unremittingly, relentlessly, unrelentingly
    aye
    24, 7
    sempiternally
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Pronunciation:

constantly

/ˈkɒnst(ə)ntli/