|Origin:||Latin, present participle of constare 'to stand firm, be constant, cost', from com- ( COM-) + stare 'to stand'|
con‧stant1 S2 W2
happening regularly or all the time:
There was a constant stream of visitors to the house.
Amy lived in constant fear of being attacked.
He kept in constant contact with his family while he was in Australia.
staying the same:
travelling at a constant speed
loyal and faithful:
a constant friend