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Adjective
Persisting forever or for an extended period of time
“We advocate a continuing process of constitutional discussion.”
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Continuing without a break or interruption
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Lasting for a very long time, especially for the duration of one's life
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Ongoing, or in progress
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Occurring or done many times at short intervals
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Currently in use or valid
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Happening or developing gradually or in stages
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Over a protracted period of time
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Not able to be tired
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Following, in succession, without interruption
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Going on
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Awaiting decision or settlement
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Taking place or progressing slowly or by degrees
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Remaining after the greater part or quantity has gone
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The act of prolonging
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The ability to withstand prolonged hardship
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Verb
(intransitive) Present participle for to persist in or proceed with an activity or action
“It was a display of true professionalism when she decided to continue performing despite her microphone malfunctioning.”
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(transitive) Present participle for to maintain or prolong
“All parties have unanimously agreed to continue the legislation.”
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Present participle for to remain in existence or active
“Reruns of the popular sitcom, Seinfeld, will continue all year.”
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Present participle for to last or endure in a particular condition or state
“Their ridiculous pact to never cut their hair will likely continue for many years to come.”
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Present participle for to remain in a given situation or state
“I would love to continue in my current role as coach of this team.”
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(transitive) Present participle for to resume after a brief discontinuance
“The players will continue the game after an unexpected hiccup with the video review halted play.”
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(intransitive) Present participle for to resume after a brief discontinuance
“Class will continue when all the students sit down and stop the disruption.”
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Present participle for to make progress or advance something that has already started
“If we want this investigation to continue, we need to get somewhere with our prime suspects.”
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