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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 (ずーっと and ずうっと are more emphatic)
  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, 絶える
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, 続く, 続けて, 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, いつまでも, 千代に八千代に, 尽未来際, 幾久しい, 幾久しく, 延々, 末永い, 末永く, 永々, 長々
Far remote in time
Synonyms: ずっと, はるかに
Far to a considerable degree
Synonyms: ずっと, はるかに
Always forever
Synonyms: ずっと, いつまでも, 末始終
Way to a great degree or by a great distance
Synonyms: ずっと, とても, はるかに
Right Along all the time or over a period of time
Synonyms: ずっと, 初めから
The Whole Way to the goal
Synonyms: ずっと
Far very much
Synonyms: ずっと, はるかに
Always throughout all time
Synonyms: ずっと, いつまでも, 末始終
Way very much
Synonyms: ずっと, とても, はるかに
Away continuously or steadily
Synonyms: ずっと, せっせと, どんどん

Stroke Order Diagrams for ずっと

Sample Sentences for ずっと

I have been ill in bed since last Friday.
There are times when Mary sits still for hours and looks at the sea.
He's much taller than you.
The weather has been nice all week.
I visited Canada long ago.

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