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Translation of "perpetual" - English-Spanish dictionary

perpetual

adjective   /pəˈpetʃ.u.əl/
continuing for ever in the same way eterno, perpetuo They lived in perpetual fear of being discovered. He has hard, cold eyes and his mouth is set in a perpetual sneer. a perpetual student1584
often repeated continuo, constante perpetual vandalism1588
(Definition of perpetual from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

perpetual

adjective /pəˈpetʃuəl/
lasting for ever or for a long time; occurring repeatedly over a long time perpetuo, eterno, continuo He lives in perpetual fear of being arrested perpetual noise.
perpetually adverb
perpetuamente
(Definition of perpetual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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