continuous

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  • Europe entered a period which saw almost continuous war for the next century.
  • The family has the longest continuous production run of any military aircraft in history.
  • Each side of the album is a continuous piece of music.
  • When can f be extended to a continuous function on all of X?
  • Instead of self-contained stories like in season one, season two features a continuous storyline.
  • This is the only evidence so far of a Roman city continuous with the early Christian one.
  • Although this concept has been in continuous existence throughout the history of the republic, its meaning has changed through time.
  • In this case the station is said to be in "continuous operation".
  • Continuous tracks are sometimes used instead of wheels to power land vehicles.
  • This has the advantage that the sail need not be a continuous surface.
  • Noise having a continuous distribution, such as a normal distribution, can of course be white.
  • They are the oldest continuous one-name, one-city franchise in the American League.
  • Some other species show continuous variation in the size of workers.
  • A function is continuous if and only if it is both right-continuous and left-continuous.
  • These ships were square-rigged and carried all their main guns on a single continuous upper deck.
  • They did not find a continuous water to the Pacific Ocean.
  • Continuous injection systems can be multi-point or single-point, but not direct.
  • This is the year from which there has been continuous teaching of technology in Sweden.
  • Some systems can never be made fail safe, as continuous availability is needed.
  • For example the class may be restricted to all continuous functions or to all step functions.
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Words starting with continuous

Meaning of continuous

  • adjective Continuing in time or space without interruption
    a continuous rearrangement of electrons in the solar atoms results in the emission of light"- James Jeans, a continuous bout of illness lasting six months, lived in continuous fear, a continuous row of warehouses, a continuous line has no gaps or breaks in it, moving midweek holidays to the nearest Monday or Friday allows uninterrupted work weeks
  • adjective Of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularity