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indelible

adjective   /ɪnˈdel.ɪ.bl̩/
An indelible mark or substance is impossible to remove by washing or in any other way. indeleble indelible ink The blood had left an indelible mark on her shirt.1550
Indelible memories or actions are impossible to forget, or have a permanent influence or effect. indeleble, imborrable I have an indelible memory of that meeting with Anastasia. In his 20 years working for the company, Joe Pearson made an indelible impression on it.15501118
indelibly adverb   /-bli/
(Definition of indelible from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

indelible

adjective /inˈdeləbl/
(making a mark) that cannot be removed indeleble indelible ink The events of that day have left an indelible impression on my mind.
(Definition of indelible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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