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adjective con·tin·u·ing \kən-ˈtin-yü-iŋ\

Definition of continuing

  1. 1 :  continuous, constant continuing poverty

  2. 2 :  needing no renewal :  enduring continuing fame a continuing contract

continuingly

adverb

Examples of continuing in a Sentence

  1. the continuing success of the chain as it opens stores around the country

  2. the public's continuing interest in every aspect of the lives of celebrities

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Origin and Etymology of continuing

see continual


Law Dictionary

continuing

adjective con·tin·u·ing

Legal Definition of continuing

  1. 1 :  marked by uninterrupted extension in time or sequence a continuing criminal enterprise

  2. 2 :  needing no renewal continuing shareholders



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