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Polish translation of “always”

always

adverb
 
 
/ˈɔːlweɪz/
EVERY TIME A1 every time, or at all times
zawsze
I always walk to work.Always and never
UNTIL NOW A2 at all times in the past
zawsze
We've always lived here.Always and never
FOREVER A2 forever
zawsze
I will always remember you.Always and never
MANY TIMES B2 again and again, usually in an annoying way
zawsze
[+ doing sth] He's always losing his keys.Continually and repeatedly
can/could always do sth B1 used to suggest something
zawsze (przecież) móc coś zrobić
You can always stay with us if you miss your train.Possible and probable
(Definition of always from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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