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Japanese translation of “always”

always

adverb
 
/ˈɔːl·weɪz/
A1 every time, or at all times
いつも, 常に
I always walk to work.
A2 at all times in the past
(過去に)ずっと
We’ve always lived here.
forever
(これから)ずっと, いつまでも
I will always remember you.
B1 used to suggest something
いつでも
You can always stay with us if you miss your flight.
(Definition of always from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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