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eternity

noun   /ɪˈtɜː.nɪ.ti/
[no plural] time that never ends or that has no limits eternidad They haven’t been given these rights for (all) eternity – they should justify having them just like most other people have to. Religions gain some of their worldly power by claiming they have the key to eternity (= a state of existence outside normal life).1551
an eternity
a very long time una eternidad The movie went on for what seemed like an eternity. Nine months is a long time for anyone, but it’s an eternity for the very young.1551
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