English version


From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconstantlycon‧stant‧ly /ˈkɒnstəntli $ ˈkɑːn-/ ●●○ S3 W3 AWL adverb  CONTINUOUSall the time, or very often syn continually He talked constantly about his work. The English language is constantly changing.
Examples from the Corpus
constantlyWhisk in flour and cook, whisking constantly, 3 minutes.That girl is on the phone constantly.Slowly drizzle in oil, whisking constantly.In the work in both the Preston and Oxford shows, that perceptual centring is constantly challenged.Ruth constantly complained about the fidgeting child next to her.She constantly criticizes my cooking.This meant that he was constantly in danger of quickening his pace and crashing into Stillman from behind.Lanikai is a community of wealthy, preposterously fit, good-looking people who seem to be constantly in motion.The methods available are constantly increasing in number and their utility is greater as the complexity of contemporary processes is revealed.Shelly constantly tries to impress her boss.They should be stirred constantly until they are the required colour.constantly changingHere the current is so strong that the shape of the cataract is constantly changing.Although relatively few people inhabit the island, our small community is a constantly changing and very busy one.It was impossible to feel loyalty to the constantly changing environment.In our constantly changing, global, highly technological society, collaboration is a necessity.Manufacturers and specialists are struggling to respond to constantly changing requirements, he said.The bonus of having to traverse a network of constantly changing roads?And clubs can't help cashing in - by constantly changing the colour and style of their football strips.This technique provides a constantly changing voltage which can be fed to the computer through a suitable analogue input.
Pictures of the day
Do you know what each of these is called?
Click on the pictures to check.