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immortal

adjective [not gradable]  /ɪˈmɔr·t̬əl/ us  
living or lasting forever, or so famous as to be remembered for a very long time: Teenagers think they are immortal. Churchill made his immortal speech about the Iron Curtain in Missouri.
immortality
noun [U]  /ˌɪm·ɔrˈtæl·ɪ·t̬i/ us  
A place in history is the only kind of immortality open to us.
Translations of “immortal”
in Korean 죽지 않는, 불멸의, 불후의…
in Arabic خالِد…
in French immortel…
in Turkish ölümsüz, ebedî, ölmez…
in Italian immortale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 永生的, 永存的, 不朽的,流芳百世的…
in Russian бессмертный, вечный…
in Polish nieśmiertelny…
in Spanish inmortal…
in Portuguese imortal…
in German unsterblich…
in Catalan immortal…
in Japanese 不死の, 不朽の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 永生的, 永存的, 不朽的,流芳百世的…
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