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every minute

describes the whole period that something lasted
(全部時間階段的)每一分鐘;無時無刻不,從頭到尾
"Did you like the concert?" "Yes, I enjoyed every minute of it."
「你喜歡這個音樂會嗎?」「很喜歡,我覺得從頭到尾每一分鐘都很精彩。」
Both, all, each and every
Translations of “every minute”
in Chinese (Simplified) (全部时间段的)每一分钟, 无时无刻不,从头到尾…
(Definition of every minute from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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