continuous

continuous
adjective (joined together, or going on, without interruption: a continuous series; continuous rain; continuous movement.) continuo
continuous adj constante / continuo
continuous
tr[kən'tɪnjʊəs]
adjective
1 continuo,-a
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
continuous performance SMALLCINEMA/SMALL sesión nombre femenino continua
past continuous SMALLLINGUISTICS/SMALL pasado continuo
present continuous SMALLLINGUISTICS/SMALL presente nombre masculino continuo
continuous [kən'tɪnjʊəs] adj
: continuo
continuously adv
continuous
adj.
continuo (Matemática) adj.
corrido, -a adj.
entretenido, -a adj.

I kən'tɪnjuəs
adjective
1) <line> continuo

continuous assessment — evaluación f continua

continuous performance — (Cin) función f continua (AmL exc CS), sesión f continua (Esp), función f continuada (CS)

2) (Ling) continuo

II
noun (Ling)

the continuous — el continuo

[kǝn'tɪnjʊǝs]
1.
ADJ continuo
2.
CPD

continuous assessment N — evaluación f continua

continuous (feed) paper N — papel m continuo

continuous inventory N — inventario m continuo

continuous performance N(in cinema) sesión f continua

continuous stationery N — papel m continuo

* * *

I [kən'tɪnjuəs]
adjective
1) <line> continuo

continuous assessment — evaluación f continua

continuous performance — (Cin) función f continua (AmL exc CS), sesión f continua (Esp), función f continuada (CS)

2) (Ling) continuo

II
noun (Ling)

the continuous — el continuo


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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