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round-the-clock

adjective [before noun] uk   /ˌraʊnd.ðəˈklɒk/  us   /-ˈklɑːk/ (also around-the-clock)
happening or done all day and all night: He's very sick and needs round-the-clock care.
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Translations of “round-the-clock”
in Chinese (Traditional) 日夜不停的,不分晝夜的…
in Russian круглосуточный…
in Turkish 24 saat, gece gündüz, gün ve gece boyunca…
in Chinese (Simplified) 全天的,全天候的, 不分昼夜的…
in Polish całą dobę…
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