Definition of 'nonstop'
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Retirement for you means working nonstop in the giddy world of showbiz. The Sun (2012)We got on brilliantly and after that we talked almost nonstop via text or email. The Sun (2007)They are working nonstop back at the factory to provide me with a car with which to win the world championship. The Sun (2012)It was made clear that the first three months would be nonstop work, no holidays allowed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You work nonstop, day in, day out for six months for that magic. Times, Sunday Times (2010)They thought it was a nonstop flight, but the plane landed in Antigua first. Times, Sunday Times (2010) Flights will be nonstop on the Dreamliner from Heathrow. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I've been working nonstop since February. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But it grew so quickly that I was soon working nonstop into the early hours and then getting up at 6am to go to school. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'nonstop'
British English: non-stop /ˈnɒnˈstɒp/ ADVERB
If you do something non-stop, you continue to do it without any pauses or breaks.
They had driven non-stop through the entire country.
- American English: non-stop
- Arabic: بِدُونِ تَوَقُفٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem parar
- Chinese: 不间断地
- Croatian: bez prestanka
- Czech: nepřetržitě
- Danish: non-stop
- Dutch: non-stop
- European Spanish: sin parar
- Finnish: yhtäjaksoisesti
- French: sans arrêt
- German: durchgehend
- Greek: αδιάλειπτα
- Italian: ininterrottamente
- Japanese: 直行で
- Korean: 쉬지 않고
- Norwegian: uten opphold
- Polish: bez przerwy
- European Portuguese: sem parar
- Romanian: non-stop
- Russian: безостановочный
- Spanish: sin parar
- Swedish: nonstop
- Thai: ไม่หยุด
- Turkish: hiç durmadan
- Ukrainian: без зупинки
- Vietnamese: không ngừng
British English: non-stop ADJECTIVE
Something that is non-stop continues without any pauses or interruptions.
Many cities now have nonstop flights.
Definition of nonstop from the Collins English Dictionary
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