Bedeutung von “ever” im Essential English Dictionary


adverb uk /ˈevər/

A2 at any time:

Have you ever been skiing?
No one ever calls me.
ever since

B1 always since that time:

We met at school and have been friends ever since.
hardly ever

B1 almost never:

We hardly ever go out these days.
for ever UK

B1 for all time in the future:

I’m not going to live here for ever.
→ See also forever
ever so/ever such a

very/a very:

It was ever so kind of you to meet us at the airport.
She’s ever such a good dancer.

(Definition von “ever” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)