Definition of every time in English:

every time

Without exception: Maris Piper potatoes cook beautifully every time
More example sentences
  • We are going down the line of saying we cannot always send a police officer every time people ring in.
  • Phone each company every time as well and make sure you always speak to the same person.
  • There is a risk every time an engine goes out but only sending one is a gamble.
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