From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishat all timesat all timesalways – used especially in officialrules and statements 🔊 Children must be supervised at all times while in the park. 🔊 Parents are welcome at all times. →time
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at all times• He measured CO2 at all times of the day and night.• He made a point of chatting to her at all times.• Neighbours say the animalsbark incessantly at all times of the day and night.• Keep your hoteldoorlockedat all times.• We can remind ourselves of, and help our children to realise, the need at all times for compassion.• To help other people at all times.• Ricedresses immaculately and stylishly at all times, on the field and off.• Now she had to consider another person's wishesat all times.• Carry your passport with you at all times.• Many books recommend carrying your passport with you at all times.