"always" meaning in English

Adverb

IPA: /ˈɔː(l).weɪz/ [UK], /ˈɔːl.wɪz/ [UK], /ˈɔl.weɪz/ [US], /ˈɔl.wiz/ [US], /ˈɔl.wəz/ [US] Audio: En-uk-always.ogg [UK], En-us-always.ogg [US]
  1. At all times; throughout all time; since the beginning. Tags: not-comparable Synonyms: perpetually, continually, all the time, every time, forever
  2. Constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals (opposed to sometimes or occasionally). Tags: not-comparable Synonyms: invariably, uniformly, uniformly
  3. In any event. Tags: informal, not-comparable Synonyms: anyhow, anyway, at any rate, regardless, regardless
The following are not (yet) sense-disambiguated
Categories: Time Synonyms: alwayes, alwayz, alwayez [obsolete] Derived forms: alwaysness Translations (at all times): altyd (Afrikaans), gjithmonë (Albanian), همیشه‎ (hammiše) (Alviri-Vidari), ἀεί (aeí) (Ancient Greek), πάντοτε (pántote) (Ancient Greek), διὰ παντός (dià pantós) (Ancient Greek), دَائِمًا‎ (dāʾiman) (Arabic), أَبَدًا‎ (ʾabadan) (Arabic), دَوْمًا‎ (dawman) (Arabic), siempre (Aragonese), միշտ (mišt) (Armenian), հավետ (havet) (Armenian), totãnã (Aromanian), tutdiunã (Aromanian), tutauna (Aromanian), siempre (Asturian), həmişə (Azerbaijani), hər zaman (Azerbaijani), daim (Azerbaijani), һәр ваҡыт (här vaqït) (Bashkir), һәр ҡасан (här qasan) (Bashkir), гел (gel) (Bashkir), beti (Basque), заўсёды (zaŭsjódy) (Belarusian), заўжды́ (zaŭždý) (Belarusian), হামেশা (hameśa) (Bengali), সর্বদা (śôrbda) (Bengali), pirmi (Bikol Central), atav (Breton), ви́наги (vínagi) (Bulgarian), вся́кога (vsjákoga) (Bulgarian), အမြဲ (a.mrai:) (Burmese), အမြဲတမ်း (a.mrai:tam:) (Burmese), အမြဲတစေ (a.mrai:ta.ce) (Burmese), အစဉ် (a.cany) (Burmese), ထာဝရ (htawa.ra.) (Burmese), ထာဝစဉ် (htawa.cany) (Burmese), 成日 (seng⁴ jat⁶) (Cantonese), sempre (Catalan), ھەردەم‎ (herdem) (Central Kurdish), ھەمیشە‎ (hemîşe) (Central Kurdish), mayepalala (Chamicuro), ᏂᎪᎯᎸᎢ (nigohilvi) (Cherokee), ᏂᎪᎸ (nigolv) (Cherokee), bíyyi'ka (Chickasaw), ялан (jalan) (Chuvash), pub prys (Cornish), daim (Crimean Tatar), er vaqıt (Crimean Tatar), müddem (Crimean Tatar), vždy (Czech), siampro (Dalmatian), siampre (Dalmatian), sianpro (Dalmatian), altid (Danish), altijd (Dutch), immer (Dutch), altoos (Dutch), steeds (Dutch), aait [Gronings] (Dutch Low Saxon), aingoal [Gronings] (Dutch Low Saxon), aaltieds [Gronings] (Dutch Low Saxon), تملّي‎ (tamallī) (Egyptian Arabic), ĉiam (Esperanto), alati (Estonian), ɣesiaɣi (Ewe), altíð (Faroese), alla tíðina (Faroese), aina (Finnish), alati (Finnish), ikuisesti (Finnish), iäti (Finnish), toujours (French), simpri (Friulian), sempre (Galician), ყოველთვის (q̇oveltvis) (Georgian), მუდამ (mudam) (Georgian), immer (German), stets (German), ständig (German), πάντα (pánta) (Greek), opa ára (Guaraní), toujou (Haitian Creole), nā manawa apau loa (Hawaiian), תָּמִיד‎ (tamíd) (Hebrew), हमेशा (hameśā) (Hindi), सदा (sadā) (Hindi), नित्य (nitya) (Hindi), mindig (Hungarian), alltaf (Icelandic), sempre (Ido), omnatempe (Ido), selalu (Indonesian), semper (Interlingua), i gcónaí (Irish), i dtólamh (Irish), senpro (Istriot), sempre (Italian), いつも (itsu mo) (Japanese), wiedno (Kashubian), wcyg (Kashubian), әрдайым (ärdayım) (Kazakh), әрқашан (ärqaşan) (Kazakh), ជាដរាប (jie dɑɑ riep) (Khmer), ជានិច្ច (jie nɨch) (Khmer), 항상 (hangsang) (Korean), (neul) (Korean), 언제나 (eonjena) (Korean), дайыма (dayıma) (Kyrgyz), ар качан (ar kaçan) (Kyrgyz), ар убакытта (ar ubakıtta) (Kyrgyz), ар дайым (ar dayım) (Kyrgyz), ылайым (ılayım) (Kyrgyz), ຕະຫລອດມາ (ta lǭt mā) (Lao), ຕະຫລອດເມື່ອ (ta lǭt mư̄a) (Lao), ຍັ່ງ (nyang) (Lao), semper (Latin), vienmēr (Latvian), ummer (Limburgish), altied (Limburgish), visada (Lithuanian), visuomet (Lithuanian), alz (Livonian), секогаш (sekogaš) (Macedonian), sentiasa (Malay), selalu (Malay), sepanjang masa (Malay), setiap masa (Malay), semedang (Malay), nalar (Malay), selulus (Malay), berkelaluan (Malay), 總是 (Mandarin), 总是 (zǒngshì) (Mandarin), नेहमी (nehmī) (Marathi), siempre (Mirandese), дандаа (dandaa) (Mongolian), ямагт (yamagt) (Mongolian), òlbe (Mòcheno), hoolʼáágóó (Navajo), terjous [Guernsey] (Norman), daîme (Northern Kurdish), alltid (Norwegian), bestandig (Norwegian), sempre (Occitan), totjorn (Occitan), tostemps (Occitan), apane (Ojibwe), ā (Old English), simle (Old English), sempre (Old Portuguese), aīnat (Old Prussian), ସବୁବେଳେ (sôbubeḷe) (Oriya), همیشه‎ (hamiše) (Persian), zawsze (Polish), zawżdy [archaic] (Polish), sempre (Portuguese), totdeauna (Romanian), mereu (Romanian), întotdeauna (Romanian), adina [Rumantsch-Grischun, Sursilvan] (Romansh), adegna [Surmiran, Sutsilvan] (Romansh), adüna (Ladin Puter, Ladin Vallader) (Romansh), всегда́ (vsegdá) (Russian), ве́чно (véčno) (Russian), YOŦ (Saanich), नित्यम् (nityam) (Sanskrit), सदैव (sadaiva) (Sanskrit), सततम् (satatam) (Sanskrit), सर्वदा (sarvadā) (Sanskrit), aye (Scots), daonnan (Scottish Gaelic), an còmhnaidh (Scottish Gaelic), увек [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), увијек [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), стално [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), непрестано [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), uvek [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), uvijek [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), stalno [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), neprestano [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), නිතරම (nitarama) (Sinhalese), vždy (Slovak), stále (Slovak), védno (Slovene), zméraj (Slovene), iñaha (Southern Ohlone), siempre (Spanish), sikuzote (Swahili), alltid (Swedish), lagi (Tagalog), ҳамеша (hameša) (Tajik), доимо (doyimo) (Tajik), எப்பொழுதும் (eppoḻutum) (Tamil), һәрвакыт (härwaqıt) (Tatar), һәркайчан (härkayçan) (Tatar), һәрчак (härçaq) (Tatar), гел (gel) (Tatar), ఎల్లప్పుడు (ellappuḍu) (Telugu), ตลอด (dtà-lɔ̀ɔt) (Thai), རྟག་པར (rtag par) (Tibetan), འཆར་ཅན (english: 'char can) (Tibetan), ག་དུས་ཡིན་ནའི (ga dus yin na'i) (Tibetan), ནམ་གཏན་དུ (nam gtan du) (Tibetan), ṣek (Tocharian B), her zaman (Turkish), daima (Turkish), hemişe (Turkmen), mydama (Turkmen), за́вжди (závždy) (Ukrainian), завжди́ (zavždý) (Ukrainian), за́всіди (závsidy) (Ukrainian), за́вше (závše) (Ukrainian), přeco (Upper Sorbian), ہمیشہ‎ (hameśā) (Urdu), سدا‎ (sadā) (Urdu), نتیہ‎ (nitya) (Urdu), har doim (Uzbek), doim (Uzbek), doimo (Uzbek), hamisha (Uzbek), senpre (Venetian), senper (Venetian), senpro (Venetian), luôn luôn (Vietnamese), luôn (Vietnamese), mãi mãi (Vietnamese), ai (Volapük), wastad (Welsh), bob amser (Welsh), jimmer (West Frisian), שטענדיק‎ (shtendik) (Yiddish), תּמיד‎ (tomed) (Yiddish), caenh (Zhuang) Translations (constantly during a certain period, or regularly at stated intervals): միշտ (mišt) (Armenian), անընդհատ (anəndhat) (Armenian), beti (Basque), заўсёды (zaŭsjódy) (Belarusian), заўжды́ (zaŭždý) (Belarusian), уве́сь ча́с (uvjésʹ čás) (Belarusian), пастая́нна (pastajánna) (Belarusian), হামেশা (hameśa) (Bengali), ви́наги (vínagi) (Bulgarian), sempre (Catalan), ھەموجار‎ (hemucar) (Central Kurdish), bíyyi'ka (Chickasaw), pořád (Czech), altid (Danish), steeds (Dutch), altijd (Dutch), telkens (Dutch), ديمًا‎ (dayman) (Egyptian Arabic), alati (Estonian), ɣesiaɣi (Ewe), aina (Finnish), koko ajan (Finnish), joka kerta (Finnish), jatkuvasti (Finnish), ყოველთვის (q̇oveltvis) (Georgian), მუდამ (mudam) (Georgian), immer (German), πάντα (pánta) (Greek), πάντοτε (pántote) (Greek), mau (Hawaiian), हमेशा (hameśā) (Hindi), सदा (sadā) (Hindi), állandóan (Hungarian), mindig (Hungarian), sempre (Ido), i gcónaí (Irish), síor- (Irish), i rith an ama (Irish), an t-am ar fad (Irish), an t-am go léir (Irish), sempre (Italian), いつも (itsu mo) (Japanese), 常に (tsune ni) (alt: つねに) (Japanese), ずっと (zutto) (Japanese), vienmēr (Latvian), ummertoe (Limburgish), jedes kiër (Limburgish), секогаш (sekogaš) (Macedonian), selalu (Malay), sering (Malay), siempre (Mirandese), hele tiden (Norwegian), konstant (Norwegian), alltid (Norwegian), همیشه‎ (hamiše) (Persian), zawsze (Polish), ciągle (Polish), stale (Polish), sempre (Portuguese), constantemente (Portuguese), всегда́ (vsegdá) (Russian), ве́чно (véčno) (Russian), всё вре́мя (vsjó vrémja) (Russian), постоя́нно (postojánno) (Russian), aye (Scots), daonnan (Scottish Gaelic), an còmhnaidh (Scottish Gaelic), увек [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), увијек [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), стално [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), непрестано [Cyrillic] (Serbo-Croatian), uvek [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), uvijek [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), stalno [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), neprestano [Roman] (Serbo-Croatian), vždy (Slovak), stále (Slovak), védno (Slovene), zméraj (Slovene), vsákič (Slovene), siempre (Spanish), sikuzote (Swahili), alltid (Swedish), เสมอ (sà-mə̌ə) (Thai), บ่อย (bɔ̀i) (Thai), завжди́ (zavždý) (Ukrainian), за́вжди (závždy) (Ukrainian), за́вше (závše) (Ukrainian), весь ча́с (vesʹ čás) (Ukrainian), ہمیشہ‎ (hameśā) (Urdu)

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