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  • ἐνδελεχῶς. steadfastly: P. and V. βεβαίως, V. ἐμπέδως. ⇢ Look up "constantly" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • συνεχής, ἐνδελεχής. incessant: V. διατελής, P. ἄπαυστος. ⇢ Look up "constant" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary
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  • go over old ground constantly = θάμα μεταστρέφεσθαι ἐπὶ τὰ εἰρημένα ⇢ Look up "go over old ground constantly" on Google (phrase search) | Google |
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  • ADV :: continually, constantly, regularly assiduo assiduo assiduare, assiduavi, assiduatus V TRANS :: apply constantly; make constant use of (Souter); use
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  • constanter constantius, constantissime ADV :: firmly, immovably; steadily, constantly, without change; resolutely; loyally constanter constanter constantius
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  • τί χρῆμα; τίνος χάριν; τίνος ἕκατι; ἐκ τοῦ; see why. go over old ground constantly: P. θάμα μεταστρέφεσθαι ἐπὶ τὰ εἰρημένα (Plato, Cratylus 428D). gain ground
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  • Frontin. aqu. 104. assidue assiduius, assiduissime ADV :: continually, constantly, regularly
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  • 28. aeternum ADV :: eternally, for ever, always; perpetually; also; constantly
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  • τοῦ βίου Plat. значительная часть жизни. συχνόν = (see also: συχνός) constantly, frequently, many times ⇢ Look up "συχνόν" on Google | Wiktionary |
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  • 10, 97.—    2    perpĕtŭum, constantly, uninterruptedly, perpetually: uti, Stat. S. 1, 1, 99.—    3    perpĕtŭē, constantly, Cassiod. in Psa. 62, 4. Look
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  • Polyb. вплоть до края Адриатического моря. συνεχῶς = (see also: συνεχής) constantly, continually, continuously, without break, without interruption ⇢ Look
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  • διὰ παντός = constantly, continuously, all along, all through, of time, through all, through everything ⇢ Look up "διὰ παντός" on Google | LSJ full
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  • od. (mit großer) firmissime (z.B. asseverare); constanter (ohne die Fassung zu verlieren, z.B. constanter et sedate ferre dolorem); fortiter (mit festem
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  • ADV :: continually, constantly, regularly adsiduo adsiduo adsiduare, adsiduavi, adsiduatus V TRANS :: apply constantly; make constant use of (Souter); use
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  • bina capiebat statim, Ter. Phorm. 5, 3, 7: delaborat cum statim puer, constantly, Afran. ap. Non. 393, 16. — II Like our on the spot, i. q. forthwith,
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  • animis (v. mehreren): st. sein in etwas (im Schmerz etc.), aequo animo od. constanter ferre alqd: st. bleiben, verharren bei etw., stare in alqa re (z.B. in
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  • tossed by the constant ebb and flow of the tide = πολλοῖς διαύλοις κυμάτων φορούμενος ⇢ Look up "tossed by the constant ebb and flow of the tide" on
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  • based on the reversal of DGE) perpetuo ADV :: without interruption; constantly; forever; continually; perpetual
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  • uninterruptedly, incessantly; whence it also conveys the idea of intensity, constantly, perpetually; repeatedly, again and again, over and over; pressingly,
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  • in an orderly way: Ar. and P. κοσμίως. constantly: P. συχνόν. intentionally: P. and V. ἐκ προνοίας. ⇢ Look up "systematically" on Perseus Dictionaries
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