Translation of "ever" - English-Spanish dictionary


adverb uk /ˈev·ər/ us /ˈev·ər/

A2 at any time

alguna vez
Have you ever been skiing?
No one ever calls me.
ever since

B1 always since that time

desde entonces
We met at school and have been friends ever since.
hardly ever

B1 almost never

casi nunca
We hardly ever go out these days.
for ever UK also UK/US forever

B1 for all time in the future

para siempre
I’m not going to live here for ever.
→ See also forever
ever so/ever such a

very/a very

It was ever so kind of you to meet us at the airport.
She’s ever such a good dancer.
ever so


It was ever so kind of you to meet us at the airport.

(Translation of “ever” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


adverb /ˈevə/

at any time

nunca, jamás
Nobody ever visits us
She hardly ever writes
Have you ever ridden on an elephant?
If I ever / If ever I see him again, I shall get my revenge
better than ever
the brightest star they had ever seen.

always; continually

They lived happily ever after
I’ve known her ever since she was a baby.

used for emphasis

utitizado para enfatizar
The new doctor is ever so gentle
What ever shall I do?

always; continually

the ever-increasing traffic.
evergreen adjective

(biology ) (of trees etc) having green leaves all the year round

de hoja perenne
Holly is evergreen.
everlasting adjective

endless; continual; unchanging

eterno, perpetuo
I’m tired of your everlasting grumbles
everlasting life.
everlastingly adverb

evermore adverb

for all time

para siempre
He said that he would love her (for) evermore.
for ever / forever adverb


He was forever looking at this watch.

for all time

para siempre (jamás)
I’ll love you for ever (and ever).

(Translation of “ever” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)