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frequentadjective

uk   us   /ˈfriː.kwənt/
B1 happening often: a frequent visitor to the US A frequent criticism of the proposal has been its high cost. The most frequent cause of death is heart attack. The attacks were increasingly frequent and serious.
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frequentverb [T]

uk   /frɪˈkwent/  us   /ˈfriː.kwənt/ formal
to be in or visit a particular place often: a bar frequented by criminals
Translations of “frequent”
in Arabic مُتَكَرِّر…
in Korean 빈번한…
in Malaysian sering…
in French fréquent…
in Turkish sık sık, sık görülen/olan, alışılmış…
in Italian frequente, assiduo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 頻繁發生的, 常見的…
in Russian частый…
in Polish częsty…
in Vietnamese thường xuyên, hay xảy ra…
in Spanish frecuente…
in Portuguese frequente…
in Thai ซึ่งเป็นประจำ…
in German häufig…
in Catalan freqüent, assidu…
in Japanese 頻繁な…
in Indonesian sering…
in Chinese (Simplified) 频繁发生的, 常见的…
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