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Korean translation of “always”

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always

adverb
 
/ˈɔːl·weɪz/
A1 every time, or at all times
항상
I always walk to work.
A2 at all times in the past
(과거에)늘
We’ve always lived here.
forever
언제나, 영원히
I will always remember you.
B1 used to suggest something
(제안을 할때)언제든지 – 할 수 있다
You can always stay with us if you miss your flight.
Translations of “always”
in Arabic دائما, إلى الأبَد…
in French toujours, constamment, sans arrêt…
in Italian sempre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 總是, 老是, 每次都…
in Russian всегда, вечно…
in Turkish her zaman, sürekli, daima…
in Polish zawsze…
in Spanish siempre, constantemente…
in Portuguese sempre, para sempre…
in German immer, stets…
in Catalan sempre…
in Japanese いつも, 常に, (過去に)ずっと…
in Chinese (Simplified) 总是, 老是, 每次都…
(Definition of always from the Cambridge English-Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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