always 英 [ˈɔ:lweɪz] 美 [ˈɔlwez,-wɪz,-wiz]
- To always do something is to never stop doing it, or to do it every time. Some people believe that if you always say “please” and “thanks,” everyone will love you. They’re wrong, but still — say “please” and “thanks.”
- adv. 永远，一直；总是；常常
1. Always lock your car.
2. I'll always love you.
3. She's always criticizing me.
4. She always arrives at 7.30.
她每次都是 7:30 到。
- always (adv.) mid-14c., contraction of Old English phrase ealne weg "all the time; quite, perpetually," literally "all the way," with accusative of space or distance, though the oldest recorded usages refer to time; see all + way (n.). The adverbial genitive -s appeared early 13c., was rare before c. 1400, but is now standard, though the variant alway survived into 1800s. Meaning "every time" is from early 13c.