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συνεχῶς

Οὔτοι συνέχθειν, ἀλλὰ συμφιλεῖν ἔφυν → I was not born to hate, but to love.
Sophocles, Antigone 523

English (Woodhouse)

συνεχῶς = (see also: συνεχής) constantly, continually, continuously, without break, without interruption

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French (Bailly abrégé)

adv.
d'une manière continue, sans interruption.
Étymologie: συνεχής.

Spanish

sin interrupción, continuadamente, continuamente, de continuo

Russian (Dvoretsky)

συνεχῶς: ион. συνεχέως (эп. in arsi ῡ)
1) постоянно, беспрестанно, непрерывно (ἐπιφοιτᾶν Her.; πολεμεῖν Thuc.);
2) кряду, подряд (τὰ δέκα ἔτη ξ. Thuc.);
3) сплошь: σ. εἶναι Arst. быть сплошным; σ. μέχρι πρὸς τὸν τοῦ Ἀδρίου μυχόν Polyb. вплоть до края Адриатического моря.

Translations

Armenian: անդուլ, անընդհատ; Assamese: একেলেথাৰিয়ে; Catalan: contínuament; Chinese Mandarin: 不斷, 不断, 一直; Danish: kontinuerligt; Dutch: continu; Esperanto: senĉese; Finnish: jatkuvasti, tauotta; French: continuellement; Galician: continuamente, continuadamente, arreo; German: ständig, ununterbrochen, andauernd, kontinuierlich; Ancient Greek: διαμπερές, συνεχῶς; Hindi: लगातार; Hungarian: folyamatosan; Italian: continuamente, costantemente; Japanese: 連続的に; Kabuverdianu: afiu; Korean: 계속(繼續), 연달아; Latin: perpetuē; Norwegian Bokmål: kontinuerlig; Nynorsk: kontinuerleg; Polish: nieprzerwanie, ciągle; Portuguese: continuamente; Romanian: încontinuu, perpetuu, continuu, fără pauză, neîntrerupt; Russian: непрерывно, постоя́нно; Scottish Gaelic: gu sìor; Spanish: continuadamente, continuamente, de continuo; Swedish: kontinuerligt; Turkish: durmadan; Yiddish: כּסדר