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1. State of not having an immediate ending. For example, a union may tell union workers that negotiation meetings have been continuing on for months, days, or in some cases, years, with no end in sight.
2. Occurring in a cyclical or repetitious pattern without pause; without ceasing or stopping. Supervisors may advise subordinates that continuing to observe safety rules by wearing helmets may prevent accidents.
3. Resuming or restarting something that was stopped or paused for some time before, though exact periods of times may vary. For example, a person working on a project may be halted for hours or even years before continuing again.