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Translation of "permanent" - English-Spanish dictionary

permanent

adjective   /ˈpɜː·mə·nənt/
B1 continuing always or for a long time permanente She found a permanent job.
(Definition of permanent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

permanent

adjective /ˈpəːmənənt/
lasting; not temporary permanente After many years of travelling, they made a permanent home in England.
permanently adverb
permanentemente She wants to stay in this country permanently.
permanence noun
permanencia
permanent wave noun
(usually abbreviated to perm /pəːm/) a wave or curl put into a person’s hair by a special process and usually lasting for several months. permanente
(Definition of permanent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “permanent”
in Korean 영구적인…
in Arabic دائم…
in Malaysian kekal…
in French permanent…
in Russian постоянный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 長久的, 永久的,永恆的, 常在的…
in Italian permanente, fisso, definitivo…
in Turkish kalıcı, uzun süreli…
in Polish trwały…
in Vietnamese lâu dài…
in Portuguese permanente…
in Thai ถาวร…
in German ständig…
in Catalan permanent…
in Japanese 長持ちする, 永続する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 长久的, 永久的,永恒的, 常在的…
in Indonesian selamanya…
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