alwaysadverb

  • ja常に
  • enfor a long time; since you can remember

Examples

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I always thought you had a talent for violence.
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Burn the villages.
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Burn the farms.
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I always figured that tea was just gonna taste like hot brown water.
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And you know what? I was right.
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Yeah, it's horrible.
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You know, man, in the old days...
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I always knew you were gonna do something, that you'd be all right.
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This is the first time I'm worried about you.
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I just want you to know that I believe in you.
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I really do.
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And I believe in your ability to make the right choices.
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I always have, David.
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Your mother always knew you were special.
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She believed you'd be the one to unite our 2 worlds.
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Life is good.
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But it can be better.
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And why shouldn't it be?
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All you need is to want it.
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Think about finally having everything you always wanted.
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Could we get a bottle of your most overpriced champagne?
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Each.
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Oh, and a Rob Roy.
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I've always wanted to know.

Other meanings for always...

alwaysadverb

  • jaいつでも
  • enall the time; without exception; at any time
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Her name's Ronni.
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She's a pet mortician.
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Sure.
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So how long you been...
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Remember when you were a little kid, I used to take you to the navy yard and show you the big ships?
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Since then?
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No, it's only been 6 years.
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I just wanted to put a nice memory in your head
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so you'd know that I wasn't always such a terrible guy.
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You always wear panties?
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No, no. This is the first time.
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Wow, talk about your bad luck.
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I mean, the first time you try panties and someone walks off with your clothes.
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I was not trying them out.
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Susie asked me to wear them.
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- Well, let me see. - No.
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Back then, there was nobody in this country who didn't know who Jimmy Hoffa was.
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He's got a gun! Get that gun out of his hand!
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You always charge a guy with a gun.
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With a knife, you run away.
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So you charge with a gun.
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With a knife, you run.
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So, tell me...
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Have you done this a lot?
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Met people on the computer service?
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Don't you find it's always the same?
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You mean the anticipation followed by the letdown?
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But I tell myself, "Brace up, this time it will be different."
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Which is why I must now confess to you a deception on my part.
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My name is, in fact, not Brian.
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It's Roy.
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So we're supposed to come running to clean up your mess every time you snap your fat little fingers?
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Oh, no, no, I actually can't snap.
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My fingers are always too wet.
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And I just thought since it's your job—
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Oh, I see.
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You cops think you're too good to clean up after yourselves?
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No.
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- I can do it myself. I'll just— - That's union work.
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How dare you try to steal our jobs?