immer

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle Dutch immer (always), from Old Dutch iomer (always). From ie (always) +‎ meer (more). Related to ieder, iemand, iets, ooit. Cognate with German immer.

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immer

  1. (formal) always

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German[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

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immer

  1. always
  2. + comparative: more and more
    Es wird immer kälter. - It's getting colder and colder.

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