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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “indelible”

indelible

adjective
 
 
/ɪnˈdel.ɪ.bl̩/
describes a mark or substance that is impossible to remove by washing or in any other way
洗不掉的;無法去除的
indelible ink
洗不掉的墨水漬
The blood had left an indelible mark on her shirt.
她襯衫上留下的血跡洗不掉。
Continuous and permanent
[before noun] Indelible memories or actions are impossible to forget, or have a permanent influence or effect
(記憶或行為)不可磨滅的,忘不掉的
I have an indelible memory of that meeting with Anastasia.
我永遠忘不了那次與安娜塔西亞的會面。
In his twenty years working for the company, Joe Pearson made an indelible impression on it.
在為公司工作的20年中,喬‧皮爾遜給公司留下了難以磨滅的印象。
Continuous and permanentRemembering, reminding and reminders
indelibly
 
 
/ɪnˈdel.ɪ.bli/ adverb
Continuous and permanent
(Definition of indelible from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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