round/around the clock

all day and all night, 24 hours a day

„After the accident he needed round-the-clock care.“

„The restaurant serves good food, has a little atmosphere and is open round-the-clock.“

„The key witness is now in hiding and under round-the-clock police protection.“

„Advisers to the two companies are working round-the-clock to put the finishing touches on a deal.“

Round-the-clock drinking in England and Wales is now a reality as new licensing laws come in force.“

round the clock

round/around the clock = dvacet čtyři hodin denně, nonstop (provoz) ap.

Previous idioms:

beat around the bush

call it a night

go by the book/do sth by the book

in (one’s) heyday

miss the boat

not have all day

once in a blue moon

pull somebody’s leg

talk through one’s hat

(run) out of steam

spend like a sailor

stop at nothing