- Is sometimes more than occasionally?
- What is the meaning of every now and then?
- What does every so often mean?
- How often is once in a while?
- What is the difference between occasionally and frequently?
- What means occasionally?
- What does on and off mean?
- How do you use occasionally?
- What does before then mean?
- What does now and forever mean?
- What does every once in awhile mean?
- How do you use every now and then?
- Is it now and then or then and now?
- What is the meaning of by then?
- How often is occasionally?
Is sometimes more than occasionally?
So, “occasionally” is not the same as “sometimes”.
It is less than “sometimes” but more than “never” or “rarely”..
What is the meaning of every now and then?
(also (every) now and again) sometimes but not very often: We still meet for lunch now and then, but not as often as we used to. (Definition of every now and then from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
What does every so often mean?
phrase. If something happens every so often, it happens regularly, but with fairly long intervals between each occasion.
How often is once in a while?
“Once” means one time. I added “(at least)” gratuitously. Consider it removed, if you like. The phrase “Once in a while” means one time in an arbitrary (indefinite, nonspecific) time period.
What is the difference between occasionally and frequently?
As adverbs the difference between occasionally and frequently. is that occasionally is from time to time; now and then; once in a while; irregularly; at infrequent intervals while frequently is at frequent intervals.
What means occasionally?
adjective. occurring or appearing at irregular or infrequent intervals; occurring now and then: an occasional headache.
What does on and off mean?
phrase. If something happens on and off, or off and on, it happens occasionally, or only for part of a period of time, not in a regular or continuous way. I was still working on and off as a waitress to support myself. Synonyms: occasionally, sometimes, at times, from time to time More Synonyms of on and off.
How do you use occasionally?
Occasionally he glanced behind him, as if searching for someone, or something, that might be watching. Occasionally he would stand and bark. Occasionally I climbed and shook the trees.
What does before then mean?
“Before then” means specifically “before that time”, whereas “before that” might more specifically mean “before that occurrence” or “before a thing (previously referred to) happens”.
What does now and forever mean?
an exclamation expressing support or loyalty. Scotland forever! Forever and for ever can both be used to say that something is without end.
What does every once in awhile mean?
Definition of every once in a while : sometimes but not often : from time to time : occasionally We still see each other every once in a while.
How do you use every now and then?
Also, every now and again; every once in a while; every so often. Occasionally, from time to time; also, periodically. For example, Every now and then I long for a piece of chocolate, or We take long walks every now and again, or Every once in a while he’ll call, or Every so often she washes the car.
Is it now and then or then and now?
“Now” is a time reference as well as “Then”. … Basically you do something from time to time. So the “Now and Again” makes no sense. “Now and Then” is much more clear in it’s meaning.
What is the meaning of by then?
“By then” means that the action will not be a continuous action. It will be an action for a specific moment and it can be done at any time from now to “until then”. For example, The party is at 10 P.M., I will get drunk by then.
How often is occasionally?
occasionally typically means midway between “three to six times a year” and “about once or twice a month”; and very often typically means “about once a week.” One can see in the table that the difference in definition by topic, for each category, is roughly a full point on the rating scale.