What is the pronunciation of ever?
English definition of “ever”
(AT ANY TIME)
A2 at any time: Nothing ever happens here in the evenings. Have you ever been to London? If you're ever/If ever you're in Rio, do give me a call. He hardly ever (= almost never) washes the dishes and he rarely, if ever, (= probably never) does any cleaning. When there's a James Bond film on TV, I never ever miss it. If ever there was a cause for celebration, this peace treaty was it. The smell is worse than ever. I thought she was famous, but none of my friends have ever heard of her.Always and never better, bigger, more, etc. than ever C1 better, bigger, etc. than at any time before: We are spending more than ever on education.Intensifying expressions as big, fast, good, etc. as ever › as big, fast, etc. as at any time before: The restaurants are as good as ever and no more expensive.Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities