English translation of अनवरत
अनवरतPowered by COBUILD /anavarata/
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1. 24-7 adverb, adjective
If something happens 24-7, it happens all the time without ever stopping. 24-7 means twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. [Am, informal]
⇒ I feel like sleeping 24-7. ⇒ ...a 24-7 radio station.
2. continual adjective before noun
Continual means happening without stopping, or happening again and again.
⇒ ...continual pain. ⇒ ...continual criticism.
You use ever- in adjectives such as ever-increasing and ever-present, to show that something exists or continues all the time.
⇒ ...an ever-changing world.
4. incessant adjective
An incessant process or activity never stops.
⇒ ...incessant rain.
5. invariably adverb
If something invariably happens or is invariably true, it always happens or is always true.
⇒ They almost invariably get it wrong.
6. perpetual adjective
A perpetual feeling, state, or quality never ends or changes. [formal]
⇒ ...his perpetual enthusiasm.
7. relentless adjective
If something is relentless, it never stops or becomes less intense.
⇒ The pressure was relentless. ⇒ She moves with relentless energy from one project to another.
2. mn/anavarata, anavarat, navarata, navarat, anvarata, anvarat, nvarata, nvarat, anavrata, anavrat, navrata, navrat, anvrata, anvrat, nvrata, nvrat, anavarta, anavart, navarta, navart, anvarta, anvart, nvarta, nvart, anavrta, anavrt, navrta, navrt, anvrta, anvrt, nvrta, nvrt/
time uncountable noun, (in phrases)
You use time to refer to the period that someone spends doing something or when something has been happening. If something happens all the time, it happens continually.
⇒ Adam spent a lot of time in his grandfather's office. ⇒ I haven't got much time. ⇒ We can't be together all the time.
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Translation of अनवरत from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary