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ever

adverb
 
 
/ˈevər/
A2 at any time
kiedykolwiek, kiedyś, (= z przeczeniem) nigdy
Have you ever been skiing? No one ever calls me any more.Always and never
better/faster/happier, etc than ever better/faster/happier, etc than at any time before
lepszy/szybszy/szczęśliwszy itp. niż kiedykolwiek przedtem
Intensifying expressions
hardly ever B1 almost never
rzadko kiedy
We hardly ever go out these days.Always and never
ever since B1 always since that time
od tej pory
We met at school and have been friends ever since.Starting from a particular time
ever so/ever such a UK B2 very/a very
taki
She's ever so pretty.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
for ever UK ( UK/US forever) B1 always in the future
(na) zawsze
I'm not going to live here for ever.Continually and repeatedlyLong periods of timeAlways and never
ever-changing/growing/increasing, etc always changing/growing/increasing, etc
ciągle lub wciąż zmieniający się/rosnący itp.
Always and never
(Definition of ever from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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