Spanish translation of 'continually'
Example Sentences Including 'continually'
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Old Smokey pumped out as much smoke as heat, but we had to keep her stoked continually.WEB OF DREAMS
Instead she retraced her steps back on to the deck, her eyes continually scanning the surroundings for movement.ALASTAIR MCLEAN'S 'NIGHT WATCH'
In New York people incessantly tell one to `Have a good day' thought Cassie; here they continually bid one welcome.THE IMAGE OF LAURA
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'continually' in Other Languages
British English: continually /kənˈtɪnjʊəlɪ/ ADVERB
If something happens continually, it happens without stopping, or happens again and again.
He continually changes his mind about things.
- American English: continually
- Arabic: بِاسْتِمْرار
- Brazilian Portuguese: continuamente
- Chinese: 连续地
- Croatian: neprekidno
- Czech: neustále
- Danish: vedvarende
- Dutch: aanhoudend
- European Spanish: continuamente
- Finnish: jatkuvasti
- French: continuellement
- German: ununterbrochen
- Greek: συνεχώς
- Italian: continuamente
- Japanese: 継続的に
- Korean: 끊임없이
- Norwegian: vedvarende
- Polish: ciągle
- European Portuguese: continuamente
- Romanian: continuu
- Russian: постоянно
- Spanish: continuamente
- Swedish: ständigt
- Thai: อย่างต่อเนื่อง
- Turkish: sürekli olarak
- Ukrainian: безперервно
- Vietnamese: một cách liên tục
Translation of continually from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary