Hindi translation of continuous
continuousPowered by COBUILD /kənˈtɪnjʊəs कनˈटिन्युअस्/
Definitions and Translations
A continuous process or event continues for a period of time without stopping.
⇒ ...a continuous stream of phone calls.
⇒ continuous improvement/employment/assessment ⇒ a continuous stream/loop
SIMILAR WORDSunbroken, constant, uninterrupted
Derived formscontinuously adverb
लगातार रूप से
⇒ The machinery should go on working continuously for twelve hours.
⇒ run/operate/work continuously ⇒ monitor/update/improve something continuously
A continuous line or surface has no gaps in it.
In English grammar, continuous tenses are formed using the auxiliary 'be' and the present participle of a verb, as in 'I'm feeling a bit tired'. Compare simple.
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Example Sentences Including 'continuous'
Evans studiously continued to be absorbed in the sheets of continuous paper on his lap.The Last Raven
She had a continuous battle with the problem of gaining weight.The Secret of the Forgotten City
You seek from then on to establish a continuous chain of evidence, of motivation, of opportunity, from effect to cause.Doubtful Motives
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'continuous' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مُسْتَمِرّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: contínuo contínua
- Chinese: 连续的
- Croatian: trajan trajna
- Czech: nepřetržitý
- Danish: fortsat
- Dutch: ononderbroken
- European Spanish: ininterrumpido ininterrumpida
- Finnish: jatkuva
- French: continu
- German: andauernd
- Greek: αδιάκοπος αδιάκοπη
- Italian: continuo continua
- Japanese: 連続的な
- Korean: 연속적인
- Norwegian: sammenhengende
- Polish: ciągły
- Portuguese: contínuo contínua
- Romanian: continuu continuu, continuă, continui, continue
- Russian: продолжительный продолжительная
- Spanish: ininterrumpido ininterrumpida
- Swedish: oavbruten oavbrutet
- Thai: ซึ่งต่อเนื่องกัน
- Turkish: kesintisiz
- Ukrainian: безперервний
- Vietnamese: liên tục
Translation of continuous from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary