Meaning of CONTINUITY in English

CONTINUITY

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ greater

▪ remarkable

▪ unbroken

After centuries of unbroken ~, the landscape was being changed out of all recognition.

▪ cultural , historical , narrative

VERB + CONTINUITY

▪ ensure , establish , give sb/sth , maintain , provide (sb/sth with)

More liaison between the old manager and the new one should ensure greater ~.

▪ emphasize , stress

She is anxious to stress the ~ with the past in this new work.

▪ need

▪ lack

▪ break

The author deliberately breaks the narrative ~ in order to confound the reader's expectations.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ between

There is often a lack of ~ between one government and the next.

▪ ~ in

historical ~ in the feminist movement

▪ ~ of

To ensure ~ of care, it is better for a single doctor to treat the patient.

PHRASES

▪ a lack of ~ , a need for ~

the need for ~ of employment

▪ a sense of ~

We aim to give children a sense of ~.

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