Definition of 'frequent'

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Example sentences containing 'frequent'

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Job offers became less frequent. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Many experienced a less frequent and more overcrowded service last year, and now they are required to pay more for the same this year. Times, Sunday Times (2017)If you fly regularly join a frequent flyer scheme and collect points on all flights you can. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Training is best provided in short frequent bursts. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The site also runs frequent restaurant offers. The Sun (2012)This went on for a year then contact got less frequent. The Sun (2014)These are luxury homes in places frequented exclusively by the wealthy. Times, Sunday Times (2015)There are others that are less frequent but still important to get right. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The hunters used their dogs to scent out the places frequented by the seals. Edward Beauclerk Maurice THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN ADVENTURERS: Coming of Age in the Arctic (2004)Small copper butterflies frequent places where the grass is warm and dry. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You have to frequent these sites often and read a lot of posts before this language becomes second nature. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The size of the threshold population increases with progressively more specialized goods and services for which individual demand is less frequent. Jilbert, John Geography Basic Facts (1983)He was a frequent visitor, and lectured there for many years. Times, Sunday Times (2007)For those working closer to home, bus services into the town centre are frequent. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They kept their connections with Jamaica active by frequent visits to the island. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Shorter, less frequent meetings might decrease depth of sharing. Christianity Today (2000)Traffic jams are frequent, often because the buses which use the road cannot get through. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They need frequent changing, often for the very same reason. The Sun (2008)With many stars being frequent visitors, you could find yourself rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous during a stay. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The north Londoner is said to be a diabetic who wears designer gear as he hangs out at restaurants and clubs frequented by celebrities. The Sun (2015)They confirmed that consumers were switching from more frequent but shorter shopping trips on foot to longer, less frequent car trips to larger retail centres. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The vast MAJORITY of rugby fans are agreeable and frequent the local restaurants and pubs with good humour and courtesy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Perfect for town, where short, frequent journeys are the norm. Times, Sunday Times (2010)On frequent visits they realised their money had yielded no improvements and'the home was in disrepair '. Times, Sunday Times (2015)

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Translations for 'frequent'

British English: frequent /ˈfriːkwənt/ ADJECTIVE
If something is frequent, it happens often.
...frequent headaches.
  • American English: frequent
  • Arabic: مُتَكَرِّر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: frequente
  • Chinese: 频繁的
  • Croatian: učestao
  • Czech: častý
  • Danish: hyppig
  • Dutch: frequent
  • European Spanish: frecuente
  • Finnish: usein tapahtuva
  • French: fréquent
  • German: häufig
  • Greek: συχνός
  • Italian: frequente
  • Japanese: たびたびの
  • Korean: 잦은
  • Norwegian: ofte
  • Polish: częsty
  • European Portuguese: frequente
  • Romanian: frecvent
  • Russian: частый
  • Spanish: frecuente
  • Swedish: ofta förekommande
  • Thai: บ่อยๆ
  • Turkish: sık
  • Ukrainian: частий
  • Vietnamese: thường xuyên


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