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Translation of "eternal" - English-Spanish dictionary

eternal

adjective /iˈtəːnl/
without end; lasting for ever; unchanging eterno God is eternal eternal life. never ceasing eterno, incesante I am tired of your eternal complaints. eternally adverb eternamente I am eternally grateful for all your help. eternity noun time without end eternidad His work will be remembered for eternity. a seemingly endless time eternidad He waited for an eternity. the state or time after death. eternidad
(Definition of eternal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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