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round-the-clock

Syllabification: round-the-clock

Definition of round-the-clock in English:

adjective

Lasting all day and all night: round-the-clock surveillance
More example sentences
  • We need to set up round-the-clock surveillance of this place, as well as their residence.
  • Meanwhile, a pair of Fayetteville police officers set up round-the-clock surveillance at the construction site.
  • As a result, she received round-the-clock police protection, which her husband rejected: ‘I urge the security services and the police not to bother.’

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