Hindi translation of 'ever'
ever /ˈevə ˈएव़अ/
Ever means at any time. It is used in questions and negative statements.
Neither of us has ever skied.
Have you ever been to France?
You won't hear from Gaston ever again.
You use ever after comparatives and superlatives to emphasize the degree to which something is true.
पहले (की तुलना में)
She's got a great voice and is singing better than ever.
This is the most awful evening I can ever remember.
You say as ever in order to indicate that something is not unusual.
हमेशा की तरह
He was alone as ever.
You use ever since to emphasize that something has been true since the time mentioned, and is still true now.
He's been here ever since you left!
You use ever so and ever such to emphasize that someone or something has a lot of a particular quality.[Brit , informal]
He was ever such a good dancer.
I like him ever so much.
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Example Sentences Including 'ever'
Charlotte wanted to know whether Marianne had ever found out about the `affair'.THE EXECUTION (2002)
Cratyn's army was slow in gathering and many of his knights had been here far longer than they ever intended.TREASON KEEP (2001)
I think if ever he left the Police Service, he'd do very well in the stock market.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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Translation of ever from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary