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Translation of "continue" - English-Polish dictionary

continue

verb
 
 
/kənˈtɪnjuː/ ( present participle continuing, past tense and past participle continued)
NEVER STOP [I, T] B1 to keep happening, existing, or doing something
trwać, kontynuować
[+ to do sth] It continued to snow heavily for three days. [+ doing sth] Ann continued working part-time until June.Continue and last
BEGIN AGAIN [T] B1 to start doing or saying something again, after stopping for a short period
kontynuować
We'll have to continue this discussion tomorrow.Starting againStarting and beginning
continue along/down/up, etc to go further in a particular direction
iść lub jechać dalej
Advancing and moving forward
(Definition of continue from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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