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zutto
adverb

Alternate Written Forms:

zuutto
zuutto

English Meaning(s) for ずっと

adverb
  1. continuously in some state (for a long time, distance); throughout; all along; the whole time; all the way
  2. much (better, etc.); by far; far and away
  3. far away; long ago
  4. direct; straight

Definition and Synonyms for ずっと

Day In And Day Out without respite
Synonyms: ずっと, のべつ, いつでも, 四六時中, 夜昼, 常々, 日夕, 明けても暮れても, 明け暮れ, 明け暮れる, 朝夕, 絶えず
Away indicating continuing action
Synonyms: ずっと, せっせと, どんどん
On indicates continuity or persistence or concentration
Synonyms: ずっと, どんどん, いつまでも, 続ける
All The Way completely
Synonyms: ずっと, すっかり
Forever And A Day for a very long or seemingly endless time
Synonyms: ずっと, 千代に八千代に, 尽未来際, 幾久しく, 延々, 末長く, 永々, 永久に, 長々
Far remote in time
Synonyms: ずっと, 遥かに
Far to a considerable degree
Synonyms: ずっと, 遥かに
Always forever
Synonyms: ずっと, いつまでも, 末始終, 永久に
Way to a great degree or by a great distance
Synonyms: ずっと
Right Along all the time or over a period of time
Synonyms: ずっと
The Whole Way to the goal
Synonyms: ずっと
Far very much
Synonyms: ずっと, 遥かに
Always throughout all time
Synonyms: ずっと, いつまでも, 末始終, 永久に
Way very much
Synonyms: ずっと
Away continuously or steadily
Synonyms: ずっと, せっせと, どんどん

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Sample Sentences for ずっと

He is an excellent fixer, and has always been regarded as such.
We had to drive slowly all the way.
He was lying in bed a long time.
They had been saving money for the trip for a year.
I have known her for two years.

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