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Time - Frequency

Discover how English idioms like "day and night" and "once in a lifetime" relate to frequency in English.

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English idioms related to Time
day and night

in way that continues to happen all the time with no stop

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(at) all hours

at any given hour, particularly a time that is late

[phrase]
from day to day

used for referring to a frequent change from something to another

[phrase]
nine times out of ten

nearly all the time

[phrase]
off and on

in a way that is not continuous or regular

[Adverb]
once in a blue moon

used for saying that something can only happen on very rare occasions

[phrase]
once in a lifetime

used for referring to a very special opportunity that most likely will not be offered more than once to someone

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in one fell swoop

in a single action, without delay or hesitation

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twenty-four seven

in a manner that is consistent

[phrase]
time after time

on multiple occasions

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(as) regular as clockwork

used to describe something that happens at fixed intervals or follows a consistent pattern without fail

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