all the time
Adverb

all the time (not comparable)

  1. (set phrase, duration) Always; constantly; for the complete duration.
    • 1889 September 11, Mark Twain, "Last Words of Great Men," Buffalo Express:
      The public does not wish to be outraged in this way all the time.
    • 1966, Tony Hatch, Jackie Trent, Petula Clark (vocalist), I Couldn't Live Without Your Love, I Couldn't Live Without Your Love (album):
      I couldn't live without your love
      Now, I know you′re really mine
      I gotta have you all the time
  2. (set phrase, frequency) Very often; frequently.
    • 2008 June 26, Joel Stein, "[http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1818182,00.html Pirating Axl Rose's Record]," Time:
      I have never been this excited about having an album. I play it all the time.
Synonyms
  • at all times
Translations
  • French: tout le temps
  • German: immer
  • Italian: sempre
  • Portuguese: o tempo inteiro, o tempo todo
  • Russian: всё вре́мя
  • Spanish: todo el tiempo
Translations
  • French: tout le temps, à longueur de temps
  • Italian: spessissimo
  • Portuguese: o tempo inteiro, o tempo todo
  • Russian: всё вре́мя



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