[ uh-round-th uh-klok ]
/ əˈraʊnd ðəˈklɒk /
continuing without pause or interruption: an around-the-clock guard on the prisoner.
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Origin of around-the-clock
First recorded in 1940–45
Words nearby around-the-clock
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Police, however, are keeping tabs on the property with around-the-clock surveillance.Cleveland Wants to Burn Down Ariel Castro’s House. Should It Be?|Christine Pelisek|May 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
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