Chinese English Dictionary

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总是 in English:

1. always


You're always complaining!
The student who finishes the examination first does not always get the best grade.
If you always travel by subway, you seldom surface other than at your stop.
James Bond was always depicted as a high roller in his movies.
At the best hotels, there is always someone at your beck and call.
I've heard that it is best to always feed your dog at a specific time every day.
My five year old daughter always goes to kindergarten happy and full of energy.
One thing I've always wanted to do is get a decent job close to home.
People in the world are always advocating for more freedom and equality.
I always thought that a stroke was one of nature's ways to tell you that it's time to die.
We had a hard time doing the job because he was always complaining.
Professors should explain everything in detail, not be succinct and always tell students to go home and read their books.
Even if you have your own way, you will not always be successful.
During my early teens, I was not always on the best of terms with my parents.
She greeted him cheerfully as she always did.