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Spanish translation of “infinite”

infinite

adjective /ˈinfinit/
without end or limits
infinito
We believe that space is infinite.
very great
infinito
Infinite damage could be caused by such a mistake.
infinitely adverb extremely; to a very great degree
infinitamente
The time at which our sun will finally cease to burn is infinitely far away.
infiniteness noun
infinidad
infinity /-ˈfi-/ noun space, time or quantity that is without limit, or is immeasurably great or small.
infinidad, infinito
in mathematics, an indefinitely large number, quantity or distance
infinito
Parallel lines meet at infinity.
(Definition of infinite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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