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frequent, recurring
frequent (FREE kwuhnt) (adjective)
Describing something which happening often: The bus makes frequent stops on the way to the train station.
recurring (ri KUR ing) (adjective)
Concerning something happening, appearing, or occurring over and over again: Tracie suffers from the same recurring nightmare night after night.

Thomas has a recurring dream in which he sees himself driving across the country, but having to make many frequent stops to fill the gas tank of his car.

recur (verb), recurs; recurred; recurring
1. To take place repeatedly: Amy's nightmare recurred for weeks, even though she slept with the light on.
2. To come to one's attention or memory again and again: The sad meeting with Megan kept recurring in Jim's mind for a long time.
This entry is located in the following units: curr-, cur-, cor-, cour- (page 4) re-, red- (page 2)
(Greek: regularly recurring motion; measured motion)