Frequent

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Definition

frequent: often, habitual, incessant, recurrent
adjective
We have frequent discussions about whether or not Zirconda will join the E.U. We talk about it all the time.

to frequent: to go regularly to, to visit often
verb
I want you to stop frequenting the graveyard at night. Going there as often as you do is not a good idea.

Examples

  • "We're trying to rebrand Outback Cologne as a scent that also appeals to urban individuals, university students, young professionals, people who frequent bars and cafés and single men on the dating scene."
  • "Miss Stake : But does this really warrant such frequent absences from Head Office?"
  • "In passing, she mentioned that your frequent business trips are a source of concern for her."
  • "In fact, the majority of Swedes speak excellent English thanks to a strong foreign trade policy, frequent overseas travel, and subtitled films in their original versions."
  • "As secretary of the local Ladies' Knitting Collective, I am key in determining the establishments which the ladies of this city frequent."
  • "'Miss Susie' is a little concerned about your frequent visits to her office."

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