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con·stant

 (kŏn′stənt)
adj.
1. Continually occurring; persistent: constant surveillance. See Synonyms at continual.
2. Regularly recurring: plagued by constant interruptions.
3. Unchanging in nature, value, or extent; invariable: a constant wind speed.
4. Steadfast in purpose, loyalty, or affection; faithful. See Synonyms at faithful.
n.
1. Something that is unchanging or invariable.
2.
a. A quantity assumed to have a fixed value in a specified mathematical context.
b. An experimental or theoretical condition, factor, or quantity that does not vary or that is regarded as invariant in specified circumstances.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin cōnstāns, cōnstant-, present participle of cōnstāre, to stand firm : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + stāre, to stand; see stā- in Indo-European roots.]

con′stant·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.constantly - without variation or change, in every case; "constantly kind and gracious"; "he always arrives on time"
2.constantly - without interruption; "the world is constantly changing"

constantly

Translations
بِاسْتِمْرَاربِصورَة ثابِتَه
neustálestále
konstant
jatkuvasti
stalno
á stöîugan hátt
絶えず
계속
nenehno
konstant
เกิดขึ้นตลอดเวลา
liên tục

constantly

[ˈkɒnstəntlɪ] ADV (= continuously) → constantemente, continuamente
to be constantly changingestar cambiando constantemente or continuamente
she's constantly complainingse está quejando constantemente or continuamente
"gates constantly in use"vado permanente

constantly

[ˈkɒnstəntli] adv [change, look for, try] → constamment, sans cesse; [remind] → constamment; [stir] → constamment; [aware] → constamment
to be constantly under threat → être constamment menacé(e)

constantly

adv(an)dauernd, ständig

constantly

[ˈkɒnstntlɪ] advcontinuamente, costantemente

constant

(ˈkonstənt) adjective
1. never stopping. a constant noise.
2. unchanging. It must be kept at a constant temperature.
3. faithful. He remained constant.
ˈconstantly adverb
ˈconstancy noun

constantly

بِاسْتِمْرَار neustále konstant dauernd διαρκώς constantemente jatkuvasti constamment stalno costantemente 絶えず 계속 constant kontinuerlig stale constantemente постоянно konstant เกิดขึ้นตลอดเวลา sürekli liên tục 不断地
References in classic literature ?
These girls were anxious to be good and made many excellent resolutions, but they did not keep them very well, and were constantly saying, `If only we had this, ' or `If we could only do that, ' quite forgetting how much they already had, and how many things they actually could do.
Because she was embarrassed and lonely she worked constantly at her studies.
Though there's nothing remarkable in that, seeing that he is constantly contributing articles to various publications or writing books.
When Mademoiselle Reisz came and touched her upon the shoulder and spoke to her, the woman seemed to echo the thought which was ever in Edna's mind; or, better, the feeling which constantly possessed her.
The effects produced by the appalling sights that constantly arose in their path to the lake shore, were as different as the characters of the respective individuals who composed the party.
In this situation I was constantly exposed to danger, and death.
It is dull enough to confuse the eye in following, pronounced enough to constantly irritate and provoke study, and when you follow the lame uncertain curves for a little distance they suddenly commit suicide--plunge off at outrageous angles, destroy themselves in unheard of contradictions.
A small stock of brown sugar, some white beans and split peas, and a few other commodities of low price, and such as are constantly in demand, made up the bulkier portion of the merchandise.
She was now of an age to run lightly along by her mother's side, and, constantly in motion from morn till sunset, could have accomplished a much longer journey than that before her.
His "my dear" was constantly on his lips for me, and nothing could have expressed more the exact shade of the sentiment with which I desired to inspire my pupils than its fond familiarity.
For the strain constantly kept up by the windlass continually keeps the whale rolling over and over in the water, and as the blubber in one strip uniformly peels off along the line called the scarf, simultaneously cut by the spades of Starbuck and Stubb, the mates; and just as fast as it is thus peeled off, and indeed by that very act itself, it is all the time being hoisted higher and higher aloft till its upper end grazes the main-top; the men at the windlass then cease heaving, and for a moment or two the prodigious blood-dripping mass sways to and fro as if let down from the sky, and every one present must take good heed to dodge it when it swings, else it may box his ears and pitch him headlong overboard.
It seemed formed of detached white vapors, rising and falling something like the spouts of the whales; only they did not so completely come and go; for they constantly hovered, without finally disappearing.