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"24/7" in British English

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24/7adverb, adjective

uk   /ˌtwen.ti.fɔː ˈsev.ən/  us   /ˌtwen.t̬i.fɔːr ˈsev.ən/ informal
24 ​hours a ​day, seven ​days a ​week: all the ​time: We're ​open for ​business 24/7. We ​offer 24/7 internet ​access.
(Definition of 24/7 from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"24/7" in Business English

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24/7adjective

uk   us   (also twenty-four seven) informal
done, lasting, etc. for twenty four ​hours a day, seven days a week: Running a ​business is often a 24/7 ​job.
24/7
adverb
The ​store is ​open 24/7.
(Definition of 24/7 from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “24/7”
in Chinese (Simplified) 一直不休(的),每时每刻(的)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一直不休(的),每時每刻(的)…
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