[kuh n-tin-yoo] /kənˈtɪn yu/
verb (used without object), continued, continuing.
to go on after suspension or interruption:
The program continued after an intermission.
to go on or keep on, as in some course or action; extend:
The road continues for three miles.
to last or endure:
The strike continued for two months.
to remain in a particular state or capacity:
The general agreed to continue in command of the army.
to remain in a place; abide; stay:
Let us continue in this house forever.
verb (used with object), continued, continuing.
to go on with or persist in:
to continue an action.
to carry on from the point of suspension or interruption:
He continued the concert after the latecomers were seated.
to extend from one point to another in space; prolong.
to say in .
to cause to last or endure; maintain or retain, as in a position.
to carry over, postpone, or adjourn; keep pending, as a legal proceeding.
verb -ues, -uing, -ued
(when transitive, may take an infinitive) to remain or cause to remain in a particular condition, capacity, or place
(when transitive, may take an infinitive) to carry on uninterruptedly (a course of action); persist in (something): he continued running
(when transitive, may take an infinitive) to resume after an interruption: we’ll continue after lunch
to draw out or be drawn out; prolong or be prolonged: continue the chord until it meets the tangent
(transitive) (law, mainly Scot) to postpone or adjourn (legal proceedings)
mid-14c., contynuen, from Old French continuer (13c.), from Latin continuare “join together, connect, make or be continuous,” from continuus “uninterrupted,” from continere (intransitive) “to be uninterrupted,” literally “to hang together” (see contain). Related: Continued; continuing.
noun 1. .
[kuh n-tin-yood] /kənˈtɪn yud/ adjective 1. lasting or enduring without interruption: continued good health. 2. going on after an interruption; resuming: a continued TV series. [kuh n-tin-yoo] /kənˈtɪn yu/ verb (used without object), continued, continuing. 1. to go on after suspension or interruption: The program continued after an intermission. 2. to go on or keep […]
- Continued fever
continued fever con·tin·ued fever (kən-tĭn’yōōd) n. A fever of some duration in which there are no intermissions or marked remissions in the temperature.
noun, Mathematics. 1. a fraction whose denominator contains a fraction whose denominator contains a fraction, and so on. noun 1. a number plus a fraction whose denominator contains a number and a fraction whose denominator contains a number and a fraction, and so on