Existing or occurring without interruption or end
The primary difference between the two is that a skilled nursing facility provides on-duty nurses round-the-clock.
For example, a service that offers round-the-clock support for in-home care will require more hours of supervision than a handyman franchise that only offers daytime support or activities.
In May a young golden eagle whose nest was protected round-the-clock by volunteers became one of the victims when it was found poisoned.
It is two years since Pall-Ex moved into Leicestershire, building a £ 12m purpose-built headquarters for its round-the-clock pallet freight business.
The gates are open round the clock and you stand a good chance of seeing tame possums after dark.