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incessant

adjective [not gradable]  /ɪnˈses·ənt/ us  
(esp. of something unpleasant) never stopping: The region endured weeks of incessant rain.
incessantly
adverb [not gradable]  /ɪnˈses·ənt·li/ us  
Bob talks incessantly about their new baby.
Translations of “incessant”
in Spanish incesante…
in French incessant…
in German unaufhörlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 連續不斷的,沒完沒了的…
in Russian непрерывный…
in Turkish aralıksız, biteviye, ardı arkası kesilmeyen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 连续不断的,没完没了的…
in Polish nieustanny…
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