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Meaning of  "Around the clock" or " Round the clock"

Used as an adjective: 

Happening, lasting or continuing constantly for a significant period of time (at least a few days), or 24/7.


  • She needed round-the-clock care when she was in hospital.

    Used as an adverb: 

    Working hard, often for very long hours.


    • Doctors worked around the clock to resuscitate her.


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