all the time
- (set phrase, duration) Always; constantly; for the complete duration.
- Synonym: at all times
- 1889 September 11, Mark Twain, "Last Words of Great Men," Buffalo Express:
- The public does not wish to be outraged in this way all the time.
- 1966, Tony Hatch, Jackie Trent, Petula Clark (vocalist), I Couldn't Live Without Your Love, I Couldn't Live Without Your Love (album):
- I couldn't live without your love
- Now, I know you′re really mine
- I gotta have you all the time
- 2019 February 3, “UN Study: China, US, Japan Lead World AI Development”, in Voice of America, archived from the original on 7 February 2019:
- The study found that there had been as many patent applications for artificial intelligence since 2013 as there were in all the time since the term AI was first used in the 1950s.
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- (set phrase, frequency) Very often; frequently.