Definition of always in English:

always

Line breaks: al¦ways
Pronunciation: /ˈɔːlweɪz
 
, -ɪz/

adverb

Phrases

as always

As usual; as always happens: opinions, as always, were divided as always, I think that consumers are looking for a product that tastes good
More example sentences
  • We are continuing to follow the issue here as always.
  • We'll give you the facts, as always.
  • Thank you very much, Louise, for your outstanding reporting, as always.

Origin

Middle English: genitive case of all way, the inflection probably giving the sense 'at every time' as opposed to 'at one uninterrupted time': the difference between the two is no longer distinct.

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