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  1. ever

    • IPA[ˈɛvə]

    英式

    • adv.
      at any time;used in comparisons for emphasis
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    • 片語
    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. at any time:

      nothing ever seemed to ruffle her

      don't you ever regret giving up all that money?

    • 2. used in comparisons for emphasis:

      they felt better than ever before

      our biggest ever range

    • 3. at all times; always:

      ever the man of action, he was impatient with intellectuals

      caravan holidays remain as popular as ever

    • 4. increasingly; constantly:

      having to borrow ever larger sums

    • 5. used for emphasis in questions expressing astonishment or outrage:

      who ever heard of a grown man being frightened of the dark?

      why ever did you do it?

    • adj.
      existing or occurring at all times; always there:
    • his face is always half-obscured by his ever-present baseball cap

      it is a city where the threat of violent death is ever-present

    • n.
      a person who is always present over a particular period of time, especially in a sports team:
    • Fletcher was an ever-present in the side last season

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    • adj. happening or experienced for the first time:

    • the first-ever private manned space flight

      it was her first-ever marathon

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    • ph. used for emphasis in questions, typically expressing surprise or confusion

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    • adj. constantly changing, especially in an unpredictable way:

    • a kaleidoscopic vision of an ever-shifting landscape

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    • ph. very

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    • ph. throughout the period since

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    • ph. throughout the period since

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    • ph. a formula used to end an informal letter, before the signature

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    • IPA[ˈevər]

    美式

    • adv.
      at any time:
    • nothing ever seemed to ruffle her

      don't you ever regret giving up all that money?

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    • ”ever” ?

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