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Translation of "ever" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

ever

adverb (ALWAYS) 总是     /ˈev.ər/ US  //
continuously 不断地;总是,始终 Manchester United's record in cup competitions grows ever more impressive. 曼彻斯特联队在杯赛中的成绩越来越引人注目。 The ever-increasing demand for private cars could be halted by more investment in public transport. 加大对公共交通的投资或许可以遏制对私车日益增长的需求。 nuclear devastation was an ever-present threat 核毁灭是个永久存在的威胁。 After nine years in Cambridge, Susannah and Guy moved to Watlington, where they lived happily ever after. 在剑桥住了9年后,苏珊娜和盖伊移居沃特林顿,此后一直在那里过着幸福的生活。 Always and never
ever since
continuously since that time 从那以后一直 He's been depressed ever since he got divorced. 他离婚后一直很消沉。 Starting from a particular time
as ever
in the same way as always 同往常一样 As ever, I was the last to find out. 像往常一样,我又是最后一个知道的。 Habitual and customary
Yours ever ( also Ever yours) UK slightly formal
used at the end of a letter as a way of saying goodbye to someone you know well (熟人之间通信时用于书信末尾署名前的套语)你永远的朋友 Yours ever, Yvonne. 你永远的朋友,伊冯娜。 Written greetingsLetters, notes and cards
(Definition of ever adverb (ALWAYS) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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