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Third person singular
- (transitive) to proceed with (doing an activity); to prolong (an activity).
- Shall I continue speaking, or will you just interrupt me again?
- Do you want me to continue to unload these boxes?
- (intransitive) to resume
- When will the concert continue?
- In the transitive sense, continue may be followed by either the present participle or the infinitive; hence use either "to continue writing" or "to continue to write".
- As continue conveys the sense of progression, it is pleonastic to follow it with "on" (as in "Continue on with what you were doing").
- (transitive, proceed with, to prolong): carry on, go on with, keep, proceed with
- (intransitive, resume): carry on, go on, proceed, resume
- (Template loop detected: Template:context 1) an option allowing a gamer to resume play after a game over.
- (video games) an option allowing a player to resume a saved game.
- Inflected form of continu.
- first- and third-person singular indicative present of continuer
- first- and third-person singular subjunctive present of continuer
- second-person singular imperative of continuer
- Feminine form of continu.
continue f. [[Category:Template:lang:it adjective forms|continue]]
- Feminine plural of continuo.
continue (plural)[[Category:Template:lang:ro adjective forms|continue]]
- feminine plural form of [[continuu#Template:lang:ro|continuu]].
- neuter plural form of [[continuu#Template:lang:ro|continuu]].
continue (third person subjunctive)[[Category:Template:lang:ro verb forms|continue]]
- third-person singular subjunctive form of [[continua#Template:lang:ro|continua]].
- third-person plural subjunctive form of [[continua#Template:lang:ro|continua]].
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