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Oxford dictionary definition of the word continuous:

adjective

1forming an unbroken whole; without interruption:

the whole performance is enacted in one continuous movement

forming a series with no exceptions or reversals:

there are continuous advances in design and production

2 Grammaranother term for progressive (sense 3 of the adjective).

3 Mathematics (of a function) of which the graph is a smooth unbroken curve, i.e. one such that as the value of x approaches any given value a, the value of f(x) approaches that of f(a) as a limit.

Derivatives

continuously

adverb

continuousness

noun

Origin:

mid 17th century: from Latin continuus ‘uninterrupted’, from continere ‘hang together’ (from con- ‘together with’ + tenere ‘hold’) + -ous