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Spanish translation of “eternal”

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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
Translations of “eternal”
in Korean 불멸의…
in Arabic خالِد…
in French éternel, continuel…
in Italian eterno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 永遠的,永恆的, 長期的…
in Russian вечный…
in Turkish ebedî, ezelî, sonsuz…
in Polish wieczny…
in Portuguese eterno…
in German ewig, unaufhörlich…
in Catalan etern…
in Japanese 永遠の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 永远的,永恒的, 长期的…
(Definition of eternal from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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