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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “always”

always

adverb
 
 
/ˈɔːl.weɪz/ US  /ˈɑːl-/
every time, all the time or forever
总是;老是;每次都;一直;永远
It's always cold in this room.
这间屋里总是那么冷。
I've always liked him.
我一直都很喜欢他。
I'll always remember you.
我会永远记着你。
[+ -ing verb] disapproving You're always complaining.
你老是抱怨。
I always thought I'd have children eventually.
我一直认为自己最后会有孩子的。
She always spells my name wrong.
她总是把我的名字拼错。
Always and never
used with 'can' or 'could' to suggest another possibility
(和 can 或 could 一起使用,表示另外的可能性)不论怎样总还
If you miss this train you can always catch the next one.
如果误了这趟火车,总还可以赶下一趟。
Possible and probable
(Definition of always from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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